An interactive billboard in a Stockholm subway reacts in a most striking way to deliver its message whenever a train arrives.
Social media is a company's best friend -- until it involves copyrights and trademarks. The latest example: Sports broadcasters are cracking down on 6-second clips of the World Cup.
Yeti, Sasquatch, Bigfoot; whatever name it goes by, the wild-dwelling beast-man of local legends still has yet to be proven to exist, according to science.
Through careful modification of simple chemicals in a beaker, Wim Noorduin is able to grow beautiful crystalline structures at the nano scale.
A Brooklyn artist claims to have trademarked the Greek letter Pi for all sorts of apparel, causing T-shirt site Zazzle to remove thousands of geeky designs.
What may be the world's smallest comic strip, "Juana Knits the Planet," can't be read without the aid of a microscope.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Mark Hamill discusses his surprise at reprising the Luke Skywalker role in "The Force Awakens," and how he really isn't a beard person.
A smart ad on a Stockholm subway platform use the Raspberry Pi microcomputer to combine tech and creativity for an astounding effect.
This hair dryer generates ions that have 1,000 times more moisture than those from regular dryers, ensuring that your hair stays moist and silky.
It's a tablet. It's a laptop. It's arguably the best mobile-computing deal of the year. Plus: three bonus deals!