Design consultants at BERG teamed with Denstsu London to create a video of illuminated 3-D typography, with only a camera and an iPad.
They may be mild by Bostonian or New Yorker standards, but Parisian winters can still get pretty frigid. Residents at one old building near the Centre Pompidou, however, might have an easier time staying warm next winter, thanks to an environmentally friendly renovation that takes full advantage of one of the city’s most elusive natural resources: humanity.
The iPod Nano wristwatch has arrived, and it’s probably the best use for the Nano these days.
We all enjoy updating our Facebook statuses to let all of our friends know about our totally rad social lives. Sometimes, however, these seemingly innocuous updates can only help tech-savvy criminals to choose their targets with greater accuracy — as one band of burglars in New Hampshire recently proved.
Yesterday afternoon, a massive virus hit e-mail accounts across the world, including those at major corporations like ABC/Disney, Google, Coca-Cola and NASA.
Researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) have expanded on those groundbreaking developments by recently transporting particles of a relatively massive size across unprecedented distances.
When Fort Gay, West Virginia resident and 26-year-old gamer Josh Moore created an Xbox Live profile, he naturally listed his location as “fort gay WV.” The ever-vigilant enforcement team from Xbox Live, however, recently suspended Moore from the gaming platform, due to what they believed to be a fictitious — and inappropriately named — town.