Using a bit of old school design inspiration, a web developer has come up with a take on what it might have been like to use Google back in the 1960s.
The artist Christo is famous for his monumental art works. His latest creation is a massive white inflatable thing that allows the viewer to get up close and personal.
A truss bridge from 1939 was recently blasted to make way for a newer structure nearby. Watch the demolition unfold in the video.
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.
Rarely are aircraft photographed close-up from underneath, but that's a terrible oversight because these images are just beautiful.
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.
These blankets made from real short-circuited digital image code are a great present for the uber geek you know in your life.
The Triolin is an instrument so difficult to master, you have to hold it, and play it, backwards. With two other people.
These 3D-printed gummies of our bodies are a bit more exciting than gummy bears.