A Hollywood post-production house is working to re-create images of astronaut Neil Armstrong's historic walk on the moon. Here is how Lowry Digital is approaching the project.
A Hollywood post-production house is working to re-create images of astronaut Neil Armstrong's historic moon walk. Here is how Lowry Digital is approaching the project.
Gems, Bridget, Ariel, and I sit down for a 404 chat about Facebook baiting users to share more mobile data with Instagram 3.0, Buzzfeed's newest rubbable GIFs, the rise of cinemgraphs, eBay banning the sale of spells online, and regional stereotypes seen through the eyes of Google auto-complete.
Tributes have poured in for the first man to walk on the moon's surface, who died last night.
The Apollo 11 astronaut who became the first person on the moon is dead at 82.
Ubisoft says it will give those who preorder the Wii version of the upcoming game the Michael Jackson Experience free Jacko-style gloves.
Two commercial photographers have decided to build a fully portable, inflatable photo booth that has an 11-megapixel camera.
Whatever it is, the roboticists at Tokyo's Waseda University say this morphable gel is just the start of what could one day form the components of a future robot.
On today's show, prep is minimal, but the news is pretty interesting: Amazon's cloud service went down overnight, taking lots of sites with it -- including the Cydia jailbreak app delivery store. Apple blew it out with earnings, and so did Verizon -- and HTC Thunderbolt sales. We continue to debunk the iPhone tracking "discovery," but that doesn't mean we're not worried about the data. And Amazon's increasingly imminent tablet, too. --Molly
Today, we're focusing on the cars that won't play any music for you, no matter how nicely you ask.