If you're looking for a harbinger of the zombie apocalypse, look no further than all those people on the street pecking at their tiny, handheld windows into a private world.
After last year's record floods ravaged Thailand, developer and entrepreneur Vachara Aemavat had an idea for helping people find higher ground. He built a tool, using Google Maps elevation data, that lets people in the Asian nation look up their homes' locations and see how high above sea level they are. They can share the information on social media to ask for help or offer others a dry place to take shelter.
Well, if it's a comeback you want, then get your hands raised," Jakob Dylan declares on the Wallflowers' first album in seven years, "Glad All Over." So should we raise our hands and call the band's return a comeback? Despite the lyric, Dylan says no. In New York on Monday morning, fresh off a performance for "Good Morning America" -- which he jokingly called "Very Early Morning America" -- the Wallflowers frontman said, "It's not like we were a band that broke up and got back together. We never broke up. We lost the plot a bit, and we needed a break, so we took one. We just needed time to find each other again."
Just in time for Halloween, the owners of the home made famous in the spooky 1970s film "The Amityville Horror" are dramatically slashing the asking price on their Toms River, New Jersey, colonial, which was used for exteriors in the film.
CNN Contributor LZ Granderson: Oops, I left my sexual orientation at home.
Swing voters want to hear specifics, says CNN contributor and Newsweek political columnist John Avlon.
Urban social development professor and author Ron A. Astor asks, Will candidates let returning troops fall off the fiscal cliff?
Political analysts offer debate advice: Obama, light a cig; Romney, throw deep.
Senior digital producer Steve Krakauer asks, How will the debates sway the undecideds?
Columnist Roland Martin to candidates: Stop vying to be debate underdog.
CNN Contributor Margaret Hoover says Mitt Romney's best bet for Wednesday night's debate is to be "Mr. Fix-It."