The National Science Foundation and the journal Science announce the winners of last year's contest for the best visualizations in science and engineering.
Oh look, new eye candy from Twitter.
The tech giant buys another company, this time a startup that lets people create infographics and videos out of social data.
The popular music and video player has avoided an early retirement through a deal in which it changes hands from AOL to Radionomy.
A Windows app gives an old-school interface to the streaming-media service. Don't expect full-on MP3 playback support, though.
2012's flagship HTC phone improves with the addition of Sense 5 UI features such as BlinkFeed and video highlights.
An open-source project called Listen to Wikipedia turns edits to the crowdsourced encyclopedia into a soporific audio experience.
Laser beams and an aerodynamic levitator help scientists melt cement into a metallic-glass material that can act as a semiconductor.
Nifty little iOS app lets you picture what a Viera flat-panel telly would look like in your living room.