Ever wonder what your handset looks like on the inside? This $30 replacement panel gives you a permanent peek at your iPhone's underbelly.
A Web video from Mercedes-Benz shows an innovative digital installation called "Transparent Walls" that captures the action against one wall and displays it on another.
It's sponsoring the Eyebeam Art and Technology Center's contest to find innovative new ways to map out esoteric government spending numbers.
Republicans are preparing to vote on new rules using the Web to shine light on Capitol Hill, including requiring bills be posted before votes.
A transparent Mac SE, made for internal use only, fails to reach its minimum $25,000 bid price on eBay and the auction ends.
Britain leads Europe -- in the number of government requests to Google for our information.
The government using the Web to make its policies and processes more "open" sounds sunny, but the inability of a Supernova conference panel to go into much depth about it highlights its complexities.
In a follow-up letter, U.S. Sen. Al Franken tells Apple and Google he wants them to require that all apps in their app stores have privacy policies--especially location-based apps.
Google is obsessed with speeding up the Web, and the company hopes sprucing up its image format will help. It's got a lot of convincing to do, though.
Shell Helix created a transparent Nissan 370Z for the new Shell Helix Engine Oil commercial.