There are beautiful flower gardens, and then there are beautiful flower gardens made from multiple miniature cameras. Have a stroll through the latter variety.
True love flowers at Cornell University as a horticultural-minded grad student digs in deep to plant a colorful marriage proposal.
Scientists at Harvard have coaxed beautiful microscopic crystal flowers to form in a beaker of chemical fluid.
One determined video gamer didn't just mod a game to propose to his girlfriend, he created an entirely new one.
A Golden Snitch becomes the ring-bearer for a magically geeky proposal with "Harry Potter" flair.
This week, a computer may have caught us faking a smile, but excavating our childhood "Star Trek" memorabilia and finding a way to experience the Samsung Galaxy S III on an S II gave us lots to be happy about.
Forget the flowers this Valentine's Day. Go for a lightsaber-lit dinner, the open-source iNecklace, and the flirtatious Fingle app. Bridget Carey shows off tech to woo the nerd of your dreams.
If you're caught with your hand in the cookie jar, it's only fair that you help refill it. The Cookie Cutters-in-a-Jar allow you to do just that.
For pure geek gumption, it's hard to beat Corey Goldfeder's elaborate scheme of digitally editing himself into "Back to the Future" to pop the question.
The Dimensions Tulip Pan turns any cake recipe into a perfect dessert for spring.