Road Trip 2011: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman got a rare opportunity to visit the production, processing, and packaging lines at Lego's Denmark headquarters. It was every Lego fan's dream.
Sherlock Holmes and his cohorts may one day make fine Lego minifigs. Lego is reviewing the possibility, along with six other Winter Lego Review qualifiers.
A design studio creates a wall-mounted Lego time planner that can be synchronized with Google Calendar using the camera on a smartphone.
Zazi Nombies' life-size MP-443 Grach 9mm handgun has every detail except the ability to take down Call of Duty enemies.
Lego meet video games as Sony experiments with creating robotic bricks that can be maneuvered with a PlayStation controller.
A designer disrupts the Lego world with a top-notch design for a "Jurassic Park" set, including the giant entrance gate, a T-Rex, and more. Now, he just needs votes to get Lego to take it seriously.
Two Lego builders dedicate themselves to the details in recreating "The Lord of the Rings" battle of Helm's Deep with thousands upon thousands of Lego pieces and Minifigs.
Road Trip 2011: They may be the most popular toy on Earth, and watching them get produced in Lego's home town is a rare treat.
Many world champion Tetris players claim to see falling bricks in their dreams (see: Tetris Effect). Now players of all skill levels can wake up to the puzzle game with their own Tetronimo wall graphics, thanks to a collaboration between Tetris and Walls360.
With "Life of George," players build small models using real plastic bricks and then take pictures of the models with their iPhones. The app then scores the work based on accuracy and speed. If players like the game, Lego may expand the product line.