The "stardust" marbles you flicked across the dirt have nothing on these breathtaking art glass wonders.
Step aside, Diet Coke and Mentos. The Internet has discovered a new way to turn Coca-Cola into a reckless work of artistic expression.
Technically Incorrect: A study shows that 70 percent of people admit to engaging in some phone activity at the wheel: 28 percent surf the Web, 30 percent send tweets "all the time," and it doesn't stop there.
Thanks to the popularity of online media sites like YouTube, mainstream entertainment soon may look more like that kid clowning around in front of a laptop camera.
Using NASA and NOAA's striking images of the Earth after dark, the Web giant creates an interactive map showing the world's flickering lights on a cloudless night.
The "Games for Kids" section of the App Store might help allay parental concerns about the app world for kids.
The title is the first Pajitnov has ever designed exclusively for mobile devices.
Expecting Uncle Bob and Grandpa Joe to get into their usual Thanksgiving debate? Crave's Michael Franco has some apps to help you deal with everything from shouting matches to awkward silences.
The lunar surface gets artsy in the hands of two London digital designers and their data-driven hanging sculpture based on cosmic events.
YouTube will host a weekly show on SiriusXM Hits 1 to showcase the clickiest artists on its video site.