The Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra can be seen swiping and S-Penning its way through many of the classics.
Made up of 3,600 tiles of LCD glass that function like giant pixels, "Patterned by Nature" is an awe-inspiring "large screen" sculpture.
At 1,588, it's the final episode of Buzz Out Loud, the podcast that launched a thousand news stories, arguments, hosts and co-hosts, producers, and good times. We packed the studio full -- Tom Merritt, Veronica Belmont, Jason Howell, Rafe Needleman, Donald Bell, plus, of course, Molly Wood, Brian Tong, and Stephen Beacham...and it's possible there was some Champagne, a little whiskey, some cake, and even a couple of news stories. Oh, and tears. Definitely tears.
On today's show, cute-animal-song wunderkind Parry Gripp joins us to talk about his new Baby Monkey iPhone game, and he's represented by the cutest bunny ever. Seriously. We can barely focus. Seriously. Also, Facebook's major sweeping privacy changes mean you can finally erase your ex from your profile, which is actually kind of awesome. And how "2001: A Space Odyssey" apparently constitutes prior art for tablet design. Oh, yeah.
Guitar shredder Joe Satriani has sued beige popsters Coldplay for plagiarism, and the evidence sounds pretty damning. But wait--perhaps there's a precedent for both?
Company releases flexible solar panels for commercial rooftops that use CIGS thin-film solar cells. They are lightweight and designed to be relatively easy to install.
Though Apple has officially announced an announcement, we don't know what it is. So we speculate anyway. Sue us. Will you pay $2 for a new character that indicates sarcasm?
There's a good chance that U.S. carbon regulations will be established in the next year, a financial foundation that will drive demand for green technologies, experts say.
Concentrating-solar company GreenVolts is one of a few solar start-ups that has shifted strategies to sell equipment rather than develop renewable energy projects.
We've come up with seven insanely useful features we'd love to see in the next major version of iTunes. Would you kill for these too?