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.
More energy-efficient lighting from Toshiba is planned for I.M. Pei pyramid and other key museum areas to be refitted by 2012.
A smattering of paintings and handful of 20-second video tours are no substitute for, nor even a proper taste of, the world's largest museum. At least it's free.
LG is showing off the GC900 camera phone concept, packed with photographic whistles and bells under the codename Louvre
Apple has opened an Apple Store at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, an upscale shopping center beneath the famous Louvre art gallery. So where next for Apple? Here are our suggestions.
Apple has opened its first French Apple Store in the Louvre. iPods and iMacs should be right at home -- but where next? We've come up with some suggestions
An artist creates a world where digital art and the aesthetics of Apple products invade the masterpiece-filled realm of the Louvre Museum.
A dad grossly underestimates his kids' ability to rack up Facebook "Likes" in the quest to get a new pet.