I owned an original Game Boy. I was 3 when Nintendo released their first handheld system. My family reached into our savings to buy one. My mother loved Tetris; my father loved me being quiet on summer
When Google Glass was first released by Google to the general public earlier this year, people who were included in the group of early adopters — called Glass Explorers — were asked to pony up $1,500 in
Wunderblock is an exhibition of unusually constructed work by Berlin-based artist Katharina Grosse. Grosse is well known for merging interior spaces and objects to produce vibrant displays of vivid colors.
While we've seen incredible sand drawings before, like those by England-based artist Tony Plant, and while we'll always be a fan of calligraphy, especially when it's mixed with graffiti, we've never thought
Hundreds of millions of people have lost their data to hackers, and it’s all big business’s fault. Living Social gets hacked, and 50 million people have their name, address, and date of birth stolen. information
Craving not just a home but a proper piece of architecture, a handful of design- and business-savvy Dutch families banded... The Miner and a Major is an experiment in communal living and fantastical form.
Local legislators take aim at a plastic pistol Defense Distributed's attempts to 3D print a firearm have always been a shot across the bow of politicians. The group made a point of naming its ammo magazines
Using only beams of light, a new networking hub is able to distribute gigabit internet to a receiver as far as 18 feet away, reports Ars Technica. Earlier this week, RiT Technologies unveiled its Beamcaster