The National Portrait Gallery isn't just for paintings of duchesses and emperors anymore. If a couple of creative entrepreneurs have their way, it'll soon display countless Facebook mugs too.
French artist Leo Caillard explores the possible fate of our digital creations by combining Apple aesthetics with the classic art of the Louvre Museum.
Eric Gallina takes us through the many faces of the most capable luxury ride on the planet.
It is alleged that the Facebook CEO's first Web site still exists out there. Yes, on the Web. What might it tell us about the man himself? Or the boy? Or his AOL address?
A dad grossly underestimates his kids' ability to rack up Facebook "Likes" in the quest to get a new pet.
A charming Kickstarter project takes Facebook photos and makes them wearable and shareable.
As we mark the anniversary of Jobs' death, the popularity of Apple's products serves as living testament to his talent, and the nearly 400 Apple retail stores are a kind of monument to his accomplishments.
An artist creates a world where digital art and the aesthetics of Apple products invade the masterpiece-filled realm of the Louvre Museum.
This week, we reached a verdict on our favorites robots, thumbed through Curiosity's vacation photo album, and took a ride on a donkey hot spot.
The megaflop-busting Cray-1 made computing history back in 1976. Crave's Nerdy New Mexico arrives in the atomic city of Los Alamos to meet up with with this supercomputing classic.