New year, new resolutions. Chances are, if you overindulged over the holidays like this writer, you're in need of a little motivation.
Vincent Chan's Citi.Transmitter concept takes a queue both from tiny smart cars and big trucks and allows it to act like a passenger van, a cargo vehicle and more.
This hovercraft from has it all: a beautiful Bugatti-esque appearance along with the ability to travel on land and in water.
DigitalGlobe owns three satellites with big cameras on them, which together have imaged nearly 2.8 billion square kilometers of Earth's surface. You probably don't care about 2.7999 billion of those square kilometers, but that's cool, because DigitalGlobe has picked out the 20 very best little patches of our planet for 2012.
Designer Daniel Dobrogorsky envisions a future where no matter where you are or the scale of the emergency, medical teams will be able to get to your location in 60 seconds. How? By flying around in a single-seater VTOL jet, the nose of which opens up to serve as a stretcher. He calls this life-saving vehicle the Skyway.
The Geminid meteor shower is generally one of the best shows of the year, and lots of people were out with their cameras to document to event. So as you'd imagine, there are quite a few lovely images popping up and we thought we'd share some of our favorites with you.
The Chinese architecture firm MAD has completed the Absolute Towers after six long years of planning and construction. Located in the city of Mississauga in Ontario, the two towers stand at about 492 and 557 feet, respectively. Apartments are located on each oval-shaped floor and the levels are rotated gradually to give the towers that unique curvy outline.
Gerard and Anne McGrath are a married couple from Dublin, Ireland that could photograph anything and make it look good. But, their pictures of seagulls are over-the-top gorgeous examples of long exposure photography. Who knew seagulls could look so elegant?
The architectural designs of Zaha Hadid are renowned for their futuristic curves that evoke images of alien spaceships. But what would her mind come up with if challenged to place a new structure in the already futuristic confines of Tokyo? The answer is the new centerpiece for Japan's Olympics 2020 bid.
The Belgian capital of Brussels is taking a non-traditional approach to its Christmas tree this year. An 82-foot-tall architectural sculpture has replaced the traditional fir in Brussels' central square.