A new multimedia ballet, "HackPolitik," fuses jarring, angular movements with electroacoustic music and video projection to interpret the activities of hacker collective Anonymous.
Study reveals how ballet dancers' brains adapt to suppress dizziness during spins, and researchers say the findings could help lead to treatment for chronic dizziness.
We're intrigued by the Amazon Echo, a 360-degree speaker that connects to the cloud and acts as a sort of virtual assistant (in a casing that looks a lot like a Pringles can). If people adopt Echo in droves, we have a feeling order products from Amazon will soon be easier than ever.
On today's show, we discuss Amazon's new cloud-connected assistant, Jimmy Kimmel hosting on both coasts via hologram, and some very high-tech ballet slippers.
Every year, Science magazine challenges PhD students to explain the topic of their thesis in the form of dance. This year's finalists are in.
The FutureBrand Top 100 Index asks "informed consumers" to rate brands. Google comes first. Apple is beaten even by Microsoft.
The International Symposium on Electronic Art was held in New Mexico this year, and Crave's Eric Mack caught the closing block party on Albuquerque's stretch of Route 66.
Wielding your own leg like a gun is the latest hot thing for selfies -- started by Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei.
Who would live underwater for weeks at a time -- and in view of the public? Get to know Fabien Cousteau and his crew doing it for science, bragging rights, and, uh, the freeze-dried food.
Is having music "on" the same thing as actually listening to it?