If you liked the "Back to the Future" theme and Simon and Garfunkel's "Sound of Silence" played on computer drives, you're going to love this dot-matrix printer covering Bach.
Do you want to know how much of a musical genius Johann Sebastian Bach really was? Prepare to be amazed.
Dream of playing along with world-class symphonies? Now, a Harvard-backed app heads to your mobile device to give you instant portable orchestral backup that adjusts to your playing in real time.
John Lennon's name is now part of a heavenly body, with the pop-rocker joining some esteemed company on Mercury's surface.
The Interim Police Chief of Columbia, S.C., appears not to appreciate those who suggest his department should catch shooters rather than pot users. He replies that he suspects the poster "might be a criminal."
The Cello 2.0 from Bayer MaterialScience has a cutaway resin body that can display graphics or videos.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra has been converted into a traveling virtual installation that lets visitors can interact with the music up close and personal.
So Steve Ballmer announces a reorganization to bring more focus to Microsoft. It's almost an annual event.
Former Nike designer Albert Shum joined Microsoft five years ago to infuse design thinking into the software giant's product development process.
Contest sponsored by PBS' "Design Squad Nation" challenges young engineers to build big. And they do, crafting a confetti-launching trebuchet, and a solar-powered hot tub, among other creations.