For your viewing pleasure, here's an incredible time lapse video of landscapes. Thanks to the moon, it captures some lovely starry skies too. Enjoy!
This nature anomaly was photographed by Michael Theusner. But where are the other two rainbows, you ask?
Which tech companies have challenged the market with new innovations? Check out the infographic inside to see who has upset the status quo.
Is your Twitter account at risk of being hacked? Check out the infographic below for a list of the most common Twitter passwords and some other fun facts that may keep your account from being compromised.
We've written about Angry Birds arcade games and T-Mobile Angry Birds promotions, but what about an entire section of a Chinese amusement park dedicated to hurling stuffed birds in the air? Check out the video and images below for more.
With the October 4 release of Apple's iPhone 5 fast upon us, we wondered who is planning to upgrade from the iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G and original (anyone?). Not only does this infographic profile current iPhone users, but it also shows why they will probably want to ditch their old version for the 5.
Okay subway commuters…this is pretty amazing. As a marketing strategy for the Blu-Ray release of the Star Wars saga, Tokyo subway cars were outfitted with lightsaber handrails. I've never encountered anything quite so geektastic on my subway commutes.
It all began with the iPhone app store on July, 11 2008 and several others have sprouted up since. The mobile app revenue in 2010 was $5.2 billion and the projected 2011 revenue is $15.1 billion. Check out the infographic below to see which app store leads the pack.
IKEA has everything. In fact, they've even rolled out their very own nursery for men. Offensive? Maybe…but, I definitely know a few guys who would make a beeline for issues of GQ, free hot dogs and video games in lieu of shopping. Take a look at the video below and decide how you feel about IKEA's "Manland."
Skyscrapers are incredible feats of design, engineering and construction. But, what if skyscrapers could build themselves? Check out the video below to learn more about the future of construction.