Photographer Ernie Button discovered a world of beauty -- and fluid science -- in the residue of evaporated whisky.
A recent project for Dewar's whisky involved employing hordes of bees to "print" beeswax sculptures.
A Scottish distiller is using whisky waste products to make a form of biofuel, which he is using to create electricity for his Nissan Leaf.
Plaster your geekhood all over your chest with the tshirtOS, a prototype fashion item featuring a smartphone-controlled LED display that can broadcast Tweets and animations.
From the writer's desk to your anxiously waiting hands, technology is changing the world of comic books. Join us as we talk to a writer, an artist, a publisher and a retailer about the difference that gadgetry has made to the industry.
Japanese beverage giant Suntory has created a mythical blue rose--except it's lavender-ish. You can woo with them starting in November.
The devastating earthquake and tsunami shuts down Japanese automotive plants, new car hacks, and which car is the last to come with a cassette player.
Tablets are different from what came before. But CNET's Stephen Shankland thinks they're still fundamentally a facet of personal computing.
In this week's episode: robot dinosaurs from China, games controlled by your mind, games controlled by nature's call, and whiskey in a can.
Today's BOL happened before a live studio audience at SXSW in Austin, TX. Cali Lewis and Nicole Lee joined us on stage to discuss the state of SXSW Interactive, the on-going Google/China kerfuffle, and pharmaceutical companies' struggles to fit the risks of drugs into a Twitter-friendly 140 characters. Also, Cali Lewis nearly loses a toe.... um, sorry?