An artist and an astrobiologist work together to figure out what Wi-Fi would look like if it were visible to the human eye.
Computer graphics professionals, seeking out more realistic simulations for natural phenomena for video games and movies, gain a striking new insight into the how rare types of rainbows work.
On today's 404 Podcast, we dig into the NBC Twitter page hack, video game manufacturers getting huge tax breaks, and a study that claims "Spongebob Squarepants" may be dangerous to your children's mental development.
On today's 404 Podcast, we dig into some tech stories that surfaced this weekend, like the NBC Twitter page hack on Friday, video game manufacturers getting huge tax breaks, and a study that claims Spongebob Squarepants may be dangerous to your children's mental development.
Kmail is an e-mail system for Kromofons, an alphabet in which the 26 English letters are represented solely by specific colors.
Lead singer Thom Yorke tells The Hollywood Reporter that the promotion was a "one off."
That little Swirly Rainbow Circle Thingy on MacBooks is driving people crazy.
Nine Inch Nails leader slams Radiohead's ground-breaking promotion for being a "very traditional record sale."
Questions are raised about why band is shutting down pay-what-you-want offer for album after three months. If it were a success, why not keep it going?
Research firm ComScore says that 62 percent of those who downloaded album paid nothing. Even with only a minority paying for the album, a former record industry executive estimates that Radiohead may not have done too badly.