Visual artist Oleg Memukhin planned a recent CGI experiment around one of Earth's most hypnotic visuals: fish swimming around in a circle.
Last year, some of President Obama's emails were caught in the crossfire of a White House computer system breach initiated by Russian hackers.
It appears Tesla's Twitter account has been taken over by some nefarious jokesters. Around 10 minutes ago, a strange tweet popped up on the company's official account: This twitter is now ran by @chf060 and @rootworx — #RIPPRGANG (@TeslaMotors) April 25, 2015 As of right now, the stream is mostly just shoutouts to random Twitter users and promises of a free Tesla if you call a certain number.
If you're a surfer, and you love the feel of salty sea mist on your skin, and the threatening billow of a forming wave, and the rush of gliding on water, but your preferred look is business formal, I've got good news for you.
In advance of the Pro Skater 5 release, Tony Hawk has been having a little fun on the internet. Earlier this week, he shared a clip on Instagram created by skater Rob Wootton that cheekily nods to classic Pro Skater games.
A magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal early this morning, striking an area between Kathmandu and the city of Pokhara, with damage extending to India, Bangladesh, and Tibet.
Google's taking small steps to more intimately connect your Android phone and desktop computer. The search company has rolled out a new feature that lets you send directions, notes, reminders, and more directly from your browser to your phone.
It was only a matter of time, but now it's official: the Nexus 7 has left us for greener pastures. Google's affordable and functional 7-inch tablet has disappeared from the Google Store, where a note in red type simply states that the device is "no longer available for purchase." The Asus-made tablet was certainly long in the tooth — it first launched in July 2013 — but it remained attractive because Google has consistently kept it up-to-date with the latest versions of Android.
Hello fellow weekend-goers, and welcome back to The Weekender. This week, we met college kids channeling wacky inventor Rube Goldberg, we finally saw Age of Ultron, and we learned it's harder than we thought to set up a weed dispensary in Vegas.
I've never been particularly excited at the notion of Jared Leto playing the Joker in the upcoming film Suicide Squad.
Google may have pulled the plug on the Explorer edition of its Google Glass, but the company has been steadfast in insisting a new version of the controversial wearable computer will be coming out under the direction of Nest boss Tony Fadell.
Even though a new Transformers film universe may be the last thing anyone wants, females fans of the series have reason to rejoice. USA Today reports that Hasbro will unveil a team of six new female Transformers in the IDW comic series Transformers: Combiner Hunters this July, before releasing toy versions of the group in the future.
It's a beautiful day. You just got your Apple Watch™ in the mail! You take it to your living room and unbox it.
The Apple Watch is just now reaching the hands of customers, and already raising questions about how Apple will compete against its new rivals.
DC Entertainment announced today that comics legend Frank Miller is returning to Batman to write the next installment of what can now be regarded as comics' Dark Knight trilogy, The Dark Knight III: The Master Race.
There has to be irony in the fact that Apple designers Jony Ive and Marc Newsom — the minds behind the only credible threat to the watch-making world — are both avid mechanical watch collectors.
I'm used to the idea that someone on the internet has compiled an obsessive record of every single element of modern life.
The Pentagon just closed out a two-day tour to win the hearts, minds, and technical talent of Silicon Valley.
Early on in any relationship, your app will make one simple request: “I would like to send you notifications.” Sure, it makes sense for a breaking news, banking, or even a weather app, but what does Temple Run really need to tell me when I’m not in the middle of a run?
Ford, like the entirety of the auto industry, is in a cycle of rapid change: The planet is getting hotter.