A data visualization designer has harnessed images collected by NASA to reveal the true nature of the planet Earth as it virtually breathes through the seasons.
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.
If the code prompts included in a leaked beta are on the mark, the next version of the iPhone will include a fingerprint scanner.
An interactive artist plans to turn one of New York's best known roadways into an sound and light installation for pedestrians.
A New York restaurant plans to open a bar specifically designed to allow patrons to serve themselves wine via RFID smartcards.
Two major Japanese firms have joined forced to create a next generation, high capacity disk that pushes the limits of data storage into new territory.
A prototype system consisting of a breath analyzer and an Android app promises to tell users if they are really burning fat, or just working up a sweat.
An independent video editor has taken images of Saturn from the Cassini-Huygens mission to put together a striking and poetic look at the ringed planet.
The meteor event that captured the attention of Russian and the world earlier this year is set to become a bigger part of history thanks to an innovative Olympic medal design.
The current version of Google Glass makes it obvious that someone is walking around with a camera attached to their head, but if one new concept design is accurate, future versions of Glass will be indistinguishable from normal glasses.
A new patent filing has been uncovered that indicates Apple is working on a smart battery that would use your location and activity to improve battery performance.