A pop-cult fix for a generation that grew up playing Nintendo and watching Saturday morning cartoons
What has Canada done for you lately? How about giving you a free app with free, unlimited access to over a thousand movies? Hail, Canada, indeed!
As the former president of Disney Imagineering says, there are "endless problems out there just waiting for advanced visualization."
Here are four short animations from Rubberductions in London. They chronicle the life of one worker at Dude Corp.\r\n
The popular kids' books need your help! They're looking for Kickstarter cash to launch a new, digital series of interactive comics.
Researchers at Microsoft's FuSE Labs launch a second project that investigates the intersection of hyper-local content and civic engagement.
The Amazon Kindle Fire locks distractions away until after the kids have done their reading or learning for the day.
Paul Michael Design creates geeky yet glamorous rings inspired by "Star Trek," "Star Wars," "Game of Thrones," and more.
At the CTIA 2013 trade show, Rovio's chief operating officer says "gaming company" no longer fits the bill.
Sprint's second Windows Phone 8 smartphone this year will cost buyers $150 after a $50 rebate.
Paul Hellyer, who has long insisted that aliens have visited Earth for many years, says that when aliens saw the atomic bomb they decided that we were a great threat to the cosmos.