A U.K.-based data vizualization geek has cobbled together the entire history of eyewitness accounts of meteor strikes on Earth, and the visual look pretty violent.
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.
In a fight that has dragged out for years, local leaders in San Francisco have lost a fight with the cell phone industry to slap warnings on the packing of mobile phones.
Google has opened up its data vault to share a cool visualization of what videos are currently going viral based on location information.
A former Lebanon-based pro swimmer has come up with a new device that makes tracking your swimming performance a lot easier.
A New York-based artist has harnessed the power of DNA analysis to create a series of portraits that offer some insight into the future of identity matching.
A new report has emerged the indicates that Apple may be about to give many tablet fans their wish: a Retina iPad mini.
One particularly creative tinkerer in China recently unveiled what might be the largest motorcycle on the planet.
The first nearly all 3D-printed gun has finally arrived and its creator has uploaded video of its test firing, footage that is already stirring controversy.
The roboticists at Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have come up with what could be the smallest drone in the world.
An early Glass wearer reveals what Google's 'Genius Bar' equivalent looks like when you first meet the team and pick up the device.