So this happened. It's a father reacting to a post his daughter made on Facebook. He wasn't happy. You can skip ahead to 7 minutes for the big reveal.
Lovestagram is a brand-new Instagram plug-in that lets you make Valentines from your Instagram photos. It's very neat, but the best part about it is the back story: the very site itself is a Valentine's Day gift.
Another day, another iOS device dock designed to compensate for their unimpressive built-in speakers. Today it's Philips with its elongated DS6100 featuring an aluminium housing that's designed to perfectly complement your iMac.
There was supposed to be a protest at Apple's monstrous architectural annex in New York's Grand Central Station today. If you weren't looking for it, you'd would've only seen the usual commuter hell. But the protestors showed up. Four of them.
Users of Swedish piracy utopia The Pirate Bay have reason to be nervous, post-Megaupload. It's survived everything companies and cops have thrown its way, but you never know—so download this archive of every single torrent from The Bay.
Even zoos have to prepare for worst-case-scenarios, like when an animal escapes its enclosure. But I'm not so sure the paper mache rhinoceros used at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo really drives the point home of how dangerous this could be.
Rob Beschizza over at BoingBoing put together this awesome video that runs through more or less every iteration of every design Apple's ever done.
Certainly you've assembled a piece of Ikea furniture and experienced that special kind of frustration that comes with realising the screw holes don't line up and you have to take everything apart and put it together it again.
A new measurement tool that uses light detection and ranging (or LiDAR) can show how earthquakes have changed the landscape down to a few inches—and that can help us prepare for difficult-to-predict earthquakes.
After witnessing a fellow train passenger swiping an unattended iPhone, one brave chap decided to take action—in the form of video taping and yelling. Oh, the yelling. This could not be more hilarious and silly and proper and kind.
This image was captured by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter while flying over the Bonneveille Crater on January 29, 2012. There's a spaceship hidden in plain view, sightly red because of the planet's dust. Can you see it?
How do you create the world's largest virtual optical telescope and the most advanced visible-light astronomical observatory? Teamwork. The Very Large Telescope at the Paranal Observatory combines the visual prowess of four huge telescopes — for the first time ever — to mimic a 130-metre-wide mirror.
What will children of the digital age complain about when they are 70? I personally can't wait to see the shock on my grandchildren's faces when I tell them about the days of dial-up modems and the world before YouTube. Watch this video for a look into the crystal ball.
You may not know him, but that guy on the right is one of the most influential industrial designers in history, Apple's first Jonny Ive. He designed the original Apple Macintosh, a model that influenced generations to come and defined the all-in-one personal computer. It's a classic that sits today at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.