Google has unveiled a fun new way to check out the search engine's real-time trending data.
Adario Strange is a writer and filmmaker originally from the East Village of New York City. His work has appeared in publications such as Wired, PC Magazine, and New York Press.
Microsoft's recent advertising moves have featured critiques aimed at the likes of Google, and it looks as though Apple is next.
Google has acquired a wind power company that uses autonomous flying drones, a move that could change what the search giant is known for.
A new hotel planned for construction in Spain hopes to replicate the feeling of living in space right here on Earth.
Time-lapse video from a weather news helicopter captures the destructive force of this week's massive tornado in Oklahoma.
Amazon unveils plans for a new headquarters in Seattle that could give the city a decidedly more futuristic look.
A television network in Brazil has figured out a way to harness the power of social media by allowing subscribers to use Twitter to record their favorite programs.
A team of architects wants to give Miami what could be its most gaudy yet, a giant artificial sun that doubles as a casino resort.
All the complaints over Windows 8 may evaporate once early adopters get a look at how the operating system functions using Leap Motion.
A new kind of facial detection system can pick your face out of a crowd and tell if you're bored, distracted, or focused.