The famously youth-focused tech industry has written big checks recently to companies built around the problems of aging.
A "Star Wars"-style steel fire pit proves so popular on Reddit that the 84-year-old who made it is now selling them on Etsy. Now you too can watch the Death Star go up in flames.
A cherished family heirloom gets a new lease on life after Reddit users kick in to restore a heavily damaged photo belonging to an 87-year-old Royal Navy veteran.
A purported UX designer for Microsoft reveals why the "love it or hate it" Metro environment is the default in Windows 8.
The 1937 camera, a nostalgic reminder of the long-ago days before everyone toted a smartphone, was one of many photographic gems offered at a Vienna auction.
Is it really necessary to use an iPad as a camera? At one softball game in Northern Iowa, an iPad user is made to think twice about the iPad as Canon. But not for long.
Eric Franklin attends Blizzard's launch party for its much-anticipated second WoW expansion, Wrath of the Lich King, in San Francisco.
There's an Internet petition to help save Aaron's grandpa's 150-year-old house. Plus, we recommend not driving into swamps.
A simple design turns a stick into an elongated fork-- just slip it onto the end of a stick to cook hot dogs and more.
We meet Daniel Kottke's prescient invention, the ancient ancestor to Apple's famous music player.
Digibarn's display of Daniel Kottke's Apple relics