The possibilities for topping a pizza are endless. I bet you thought a meat lover's pizza with pineapples, anchovies and clams sounded pretty adventurous. But if you stop into Evan's Neighborhood Pizza in Fort Myers, Fla., you can even ask for a python.
It's easy these days to picture a gang of caffeine-fueled hackers attempting to crack their way into your bank account using a network of computers, but things get even more disturbing when their target -- and weapon -- of choice is a kitchen appliance.
Imagine being able to press a button and create your own chocolate bar. Hershey might be taking steps to make this chocolate fantasy a reality, teaming up with a company that has a 3-D chocolate printer.
Dan Borislow, whose "MagicJack," peddled in television infomercials, helped pioneer free phone calls through the Internet, has died. He was 52. Borislow died Monday of a heart attack after playing in a soccer game in West Palm Beach, Fla. His death was confirmed by Brad Shewmake, a spokesman for MagicJack Vocaltec Ltd., the maker of the device. Borislow was the founder and former chief executive of the company, based in Netanya, Israel, and West Palm Beach. The company has sold more than 10 million MagicJack units, which connect to a computer's USB port or router to enable voice calls over the Internet. More than 25,000 retail stores sell the device. Though calls are...