A study of 500 12-year-olds suggests that the more kids play video games--violent or not--the more creatively they draw pictures and write stories.
From a piano player serenading strangers to a Canadian indie band announcing its next album, the popular Internet service has become a place where artists, musicians and game players can be truly inspired.
Oracle has bought its way into a dominant market position, but is this stifling its ability to write great code and then support it?
The Crucible's Fire Arts Festival, a fundraiser in its ninth year, celebrates creativity with interactive fire art, performance, and the largest collection of outdoor fire sculpture on the West Coast.
We can't quite believe just how massive Sony's upcoming NGP handheld is, so to help us figure it out, we asked our loyal Facebook fans to show us, through the ancient medium of Photoshop...
Appliance combines hot stone cooking with a grill.
When planning San Francisco's new California Academy of Sciences building in Golden Gate Park, engineers ran across a few design challenges that demanded clever solutions. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi explains how they borrowed ideas from other areas of engineering--from roller coasters to submarines--to solve those problems.
CNET's Neha Tiwari takes a stroll down San Francisco's Pier 14 and talks to onlookers about the new Burning Man art exhibit there, "Passage," which weighs in at a whopping 25 tons. The art will only be displayed for six months; it's part of the initiative to add more imagination to the city's Embarcadero.
Is one of your New Year's resolutions to give more to charity? If you want to have a little fun and get more involved with a project beyond writing a check, there's The One Million Masterpiece.
Soon, we'll want to use wearable tech to express everything. Famed chocolate maker Cadbury is ahead of the trend.