Four days ago, Indonesia-based photographer Tri Joko put up an extremely adorable photo called Snoop on photo sharing site 500px. Not only did 10,000 people view that photo in one day, it raised a storm
Madrid-based Spanish artist Alicia Martn first caught our eye with her incredible sculpture, titled Biografas, that looked like a haphazard parade of books flooding through the side of a building. Taking
Daniel Radcliffe says he has just been called a national treasure, and it has left him discombobulated. He has a point: most people his age have barely started out. But here he is, at 24, more than half
It’s almost a given nowadays that the openness of Google’s Android platform has benefited many firms riding on the mobile wave — and now it’s even brought a company in China all the way to the NASDAQ.
Diminutive Bluetooth keyboards? Yeah, we've seen those before, but we've never really been able to fault them for their size. These tiny peripherals are meant for light work at best, but the Mad Catz M
The Parkroyal Hotel on Pickering is a contemporary interpretation of Babylonian hanging gardens, via Southeast Asia. Singapore prides itself on its green-minded policies. With a well-connected public network,
Drawing on an inherited plot of land, his father’s steel company, and his brother-in-law’s architectural know-how, Motoshi... This flower shop, art gallery, and home for two looks like the simplest of
Leap Motion, watch out. An Oslo, Norway-based startup, Elliptic Labs, has launched a software development kit and hardware proof-of-concept of a new way of controlling your smartphone or tablet — with
Flutter, which builds gesture-recognition technology for desktop computers, has been acquired by Google. The year-old startup builds software allowing users to control their computers by making gestures
Science News The 1,300-year-old tomb of one of ancient China's most influential women has been found in Shaanxi Province, adding another chapter to a soap-opera tale of slavery, redemption, intrigue and
More heavy rain was expected on Saturday in flooded mountain towns in Colorado, where authorities raised the confirmed death toll to four and feared for many others stuck without food, water or power.
Apple's share of the Chinese tablet-computer market plunged in the second quarter as Samsung and dozens of local makers built on gains in smartphones to curb growth in iPad shipments. Apple accounted 28
To some, Google Glass is nothing more than a notification machine, but there are others who see Glass as an AR headset waiting to happen. OpenGlass is among those looking to give Glass augmented reality
The United States government today launched a website dedicated towards helping the public better understand what its various intelligence agencies are doing. The site, called IC On The Record, comes days
Strong turns by Kristen Bell and an able supporting cast propel the slight but immersive drama "The Lifeguard." Although writer-director Liz W. Garcia's wistful, angsty tale treads familiar ground, the
"Radiant Soil" installation immerses viewers in a state of "delicious vertigo" Philip Beesley is a Canada-based architect who has spent years blurring the lines between nature and technology. In 2008,