The production team currently inhabiting YouTube's new Tokyo video facility have come up with a unique way to introduce viewers to the new set-up, aided by a massive Rube Goldberg device.
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.
One artist has spend years discovering a treasure trove of warped images in Google Earth that offers a fantastical view of our cities and roads.
The slacker guy who once embodied the image of Mac users in Apple's old television commercials is set to play Steve Jobs in a new comedy film about the CEO's life.
The next phase of text messaging may be led by hyper-realistic avatars like Zoe, a software framework that gives your messages life through virtual emotion.
Google's augmented reality game is expanding into the world of fiction with the release of a series of e-books.
Japan's Fujitsu has announced plans to incorporate a vital piece of health tracking tech into its line of hardware devices.
A new website is taking aim at the privacy implications of Google Glass. Early reactions to the site indicate Google may have a rough time getting everyone to accept its new eyewear.
Yahoo has developed this app that lets you try on the face of any person, animal, or cartoon character, with expressions and movements.
A design concept meant to offer a solution to China's pollution problem also turns out to be a pretty convincing look at what a robot jellyfish invasion might look like.
Featuring geodesic dome rooms and powerful telescopes, this resort might be the best possible getaway for fans of space and astronomy.