While there were many technological advances in 2014, Crave's Michael Franco believes the year belongs to 3D printing. Here's why.
With Lego Fusion, the toy giant for the first time is mixing its plastic bricks with the virtual world. Think of it as multidimensional SimCity, for kids.
A Japanese creative agency applies "cutting-edge" technology to chunks of ice to create multidimensional mini sculptures best enjoyed over -- or in -- a cocktail.
If your hunt for a new dryer has your head spinning, you've come to the right place.
In a peculiar interview, Will Smith and his son Jaden discuss pattern theory, mathematics, and man's lack of sophistication in the latter to promote their new movie "After Earth."
At a memorial gathering for Aaron Swartz in New York City, the tech activist's death prompts tender recollections and fierce resolve.
Back in the days before Photoshop, comic artist Dave McKean got very hands-on to create the covers for Neil Gaiman's Sandman.
Newly awarded patents include one related to Apple TV, one for 3D apps on the iPhone, and another for videoconferencing, says Patently Apple.
A paralysed woman has used a mind-controlled robot arm to take her first independent sip of coffee in 15 years.
The war over patents continues as the social network charges that Yahoo has violated 10 of its own patents.