The Web is a natural hunting ground for the scavenging surrealist. And artist Barbara Lattanzi salvages the Net's cultural detritus to strange effect with her "C-SPAN Karaoke."
Sing Party does a competent job of letting you sing a bunch of songs and occasionally earn points doing so.
The talk show host, the great singer, and an iPad app called Loopy allow for music making of a spontaneously exalted quality.
YouTube channel Improvised Star Trek has recorded in Klingon what is perhaps the most twee love song ever written. It sounds like a mouthful of glitter-sprinkled gravel.
Supplier chatter has become fairly consistent about when the iPad 5 and iPad Mini Retina will arrive.
CNET's Brian Tong sings backup vocals on LL Cool J's track on the stage at CES 2012.
In a world of monolithic speaker docks and chargers, one eccentric artist goes back to the future to create a series of iDevice audio players from old horned instruments.
This week, robot lightsaber duels, emotion-sensing animatronic cat ears, and a robotic mouth that will haunt your nightmares.
In this episode of the Crave podcast we examine the highs and lows of recent robotic advancements, including robot lightsaber duels, emotion-sensing animatronic cat ears, and a robotic mouth that is heebie jeebies incarnate. We also take a look at a working, turbine-powered Batmobile, and a couple of Android-powered RC toys.
It struck me that several of the entries in the Our Lives photography exhibition at London's Proud Gallery showed people determinedly enjoying themselves in contrast to their harsh environment.