Budweiser UK launches a publicity campaign around designated drivers with a robot that feeds on Twitter mentions to knit holiday sweaters.
For "Treehouse of Horror XXIV," Fox pulled out the big guns, with an opening-credits sequence directed by the horror master known for "Pan's Labyrinth" and "The Devil's Backbone."
Using its free OS OpenData, the mapping agency translated 50-metre chunks of Britain into blocks in one of the biggest real-world Minecraft maps ever made.
A cake maker creates a structurally accurate edible model of Jupiter that reveals the planet's layers with every slice.
The company is playing a long game for its original series, watching progress from season to season. That means sacrifices, and a long wait, before seeing if it can be the phenomona Netflix hopes.
A Scottish brewery turns to social-media crowdsourcing to build a new brew, letting Twitter and Facebook voters choose what went into it.
It took months of painstaking research and development for an engineer to build a light-up ring for his fiance that activates when he's nearby.
Lenovo commissions designers to take the Horizon tabletop PC and embed it into welcoming and functional furniture.
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.
Cocktails may never be the same again. Robot can handle up to 15 bottles of booze and mixers and can dispense precision cocktails in less than 10 seconds.