Have you ever been this excited about buying a new phone?
The 1906 San Francisco earthquake wreaked havoc on the west coast town. What would this early 20th century disaster look like mashed up against the same modern day city streets?
At six feet, seven inches tall, Darth Vader is a pretty imposing character. And for Star Wars fans attending a convention in Florida recently, a full-sized Jedi-turned-Sith was just one of the many sweet surprises in store.
This past spring, Lego celebrated 50 years in Japan with a whopping 1.8-million-Lego-brick map of the country.
The other boats in Antwerp's harbor are bound to feel envious when this old ferry that was headed for scrap is fully transformed into an Olympic-size swimming pool and gathering place. The eco-friendly "Badboot" — which means bathing boat — will include a 120-meter swimming pool, restaurants, bars and meeting space.
There are few things we love more than photos of things being blown up. Fortunately there seems to be no shortage of artists who like blowing things up and capturing the moment in unique ways. This particular gallery shows a bunch of regular objects captured at the moment of explosion in lush, saturated color.
Each year inventors of the world get together to show off their big ideas at the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the gathering where 1,000 inventions were proudly displayed.
Tired of shoving your laptop into the same boring case? Well, you're not alone. Richard Smith created a series of iPad and laptop cases that mix it up a bit. Check out the gallery below for these machine washer ready cases that look just like folded clothes.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum has embraced video games as art and part of our culture through a new exhibit called "The Art of Video Games." The highly anticipated exhibit is the culmination of public input on what should be covered in the 40 or so years that games have moved from arcades to our living rooms and phones.
We write a lot about electric bikes — probably because there are a lot of them hitting the streets these days. They run the range from versions that look like bicycles with a little juice to ultra-modern boxy models. This new concept bike is designed to look like an old school 1970's café racer — with a nod to todays eco-needs.