Technically Incorrect: In Florida, a science teacher decides that quiet in the classroom should involve a little technical chicanery. Verizon is allegedly not pleased.
Police have arrested an Australian man for alleged possession of a number of 3D-printed weapons and enough parts to make four separate handguns, in addition to other charges.
These beautiful works of art, created by Stanford design instructor John Edmark, were inspired and made possible by the Fibonacci sequence. They're a sight to behold when viewed under a strobe light or at low shutter speeds, so don't miss seeing them come to life on today's show!
After being shot last August, Liam Nevins' bloody sleeve was cut off, becoming a keepsake. When he was killed a month later, his mother sought a memory -- a 3D print of the "Sleeve of Destiny."
An Apple store in Texas suffers a rain of bullets in what appears to be a random shooting spree.
During a robbery in Winter Garden, Fla., a gunman fires at a gas station clerk, and the Sprint HTC in the clerk's shirt pocket takes the blow.
Today Twitter went crazy over false rumours of a gunman on the loose in central London, with over 1,000 tweets on the subject appearing in only one hour.
Three teenagers have been arrested after allegedly assaulting and robbing a man of his copy of Grand Theft Auto V, on his way home from the midnight launch.
The Washington Post is suspending its pay gate in an effort to get information out to all readers.
Placing a life-size statue of a gunman in a window may not be the best idea, but that's what the LAPD confronted when officers stormed the offices of Robotoki.