This incredible interactive map visualizes millions of websites, and how people browse the internet between both countries and content.
Frustrated about poor Wi-Fi signal? Perhaps you need a robot that not only finds better connections, but can also (literally) run stuff over.
If you have a penchant for vintage computers or animated movies, perhaps you should bag this piece of Pixar history...provided you have over $15,000 to spare.
If you want a 3D printer but are short on space, check out Ben Heck's 3D-printer-in-a-briefcase.
One developer's app falls victim to serious app piracy. Should app developers pay closer attention to piracy?
The Olympic torch is about to be lit in London. If you're heading across the Atlantic to watch the Games in person, we look at some apps that might be able to help you find your way around town.
A lesser-known NASA telescope made an interesting discovery--an exoplanet that's smaller than Earth, and not so far way.
Indie band The Maccabes earns major geek cred by filming its latest music video with Microsoft's Kinect.
This slightly ridiculous Chrome extension replaces photos on Facebook with pictures of cats. It might actually make Facebook more useful.
Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory recently fired a laser capable of outputting 500 trillion watts of power. Yikes.
Need to put your pooch on a weight-loss regimen? This GPS-equipped dog collar will help your dog meet its fitness goals.
Bring more technology into your household tasks with this crane-like cardboard arm--it could also serve you some cool camera effects too.
Feeling lonely? This augmented reality project gives you a companion that will react to touch and your movements.
A pair of robotic legs can walk exactly the way a human being does. While this could help robots take over, it is actually beneficial to people.
Check out why giant Lego trees and flowers are growing in the Australian Outback. No, it's not because someone planted Lego bricks in the sand...