About 30% of the Earth's surface is covered in forests and they hold up to 45% of the carbon stored on land. Scientists at NASA are trying to determine if our forests could store more carbon in the future, but...
Ryan McNaught built this 19-foot-tall model of Apollo 11's Saturn V rocket out of 120,000 LEGOs. McNaught's creation, which took him 250 hours to complete, will be showcased at Australia's Brickvention next weekend.
Why settle for plain old ear warmers when you can crochet your own Vulcan ears? Check out Croshame for this and other geektastic patterns we love.
It's CES, folks (or the Consumer Electronics Show for your first-timers). And as always, we're bringing you the latest tech innovations straight from Las Vegas. But why not take a minute and celebrate one very spirited participant we've dubbed 'Tablet Man,' who has 11 tablets strapped to his body. Gotta love CES.
How do Apple products stack up against their biggest competition — apples the fruit? For a side-by-side comparison of Apple to apples, check out the infographic below.
You've probably seen a hacked Facebook account before — you receive a private message from someone you haven't talked to since middle school or your mom posts a link on your wall that says, "Click here to win a free iPad." Unfortunately, Facebook users are vulnerable to many different kinds of attacks. Take a look at the infographic below for details on how to keep your account hooligan-free.
The FDA recently approved this self-sanitizing keyboard by Vioguard. Although it claims to zap nearly 100% of the germs living on your filthy keyboard with ultraviolet light, reports are saying it's only about 67% effective. See Vioguard's self-sanitizing keyboard in action in the video below.
For fans of Doctor Who, this infographic has all the details you could possibly want. The timeline begins at 1963 and shows foes, companions, and who has played the Doctor along the way.
The first meteor shower of 2012 peaked between 3 a.m. and dawn this morning (Eastern Time). If you missed the show, enjoy this first look at the Quadrantids meteor shower in the video below.
iOS app developer Steve Troughton-Smith has found a way to run apps directly off an Apple TV, rather than streaming from another source. Find out how he does it in the video below.