Technically Incorrect: At 15 years old, a British schoolkid finds something out there that no one had noticed before. How? By studying data.
Technically Incorrect: To coincide with the Grammys, Apple releases a new iPad ad showing how it makes music.
An automation and assembly equipment manufacturer finds itself in a Super Bowl beer ad. And a very funny one too.
Scientists analyze the past 10 years of silly, avoidable deaths and find that almost 90 percent of the "protagonists" in these scenarios were male.
The Kirlian Device shines a light in different colours depending on Wi-Fi signal strength, allowing creator Luis Hernan to create paintings in light.
A U.K. hotel is stocking guest rooms with electronic versions of the Bible as a contemporary nod to the area's book publishing history.
Researchers at the University of Newcastle are exploring the computational abilities of praying mantis eyes by having them wear tiny 3D glasses.
Mother Nature put on an awesome display of power in Wyoming Sunday with a supercell thunderstorm. Lucky for us, pro stormchasers caught it on film.
Why should fictional Time Lords have all the glory in saving humans?
The 1980s promised us many things, and key amongst them was a future filled with talking cars. And while many cars today can ask us "What temperature?" or "Track number, please", none can hold a candle to Knight Industries Two Thousand (KITT), from the 1982 TV series Knight Rider.