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Two Norwegian artists have created a waist-high art sculpture that analyses tweets in real-time and oozes different coloured paints depending on the emotions contained within them.
The 40th Ryder Cup tees off in Scotland on Friday and there are plenty of ways to follow all the action and ensure you don't miss a single shot of golf's ultimate team competition.
It's been 60 years since the first Routemaster bus hit London's streets. becoming a national and international icon. Google has commemorated the anniversary in its classic fashion.
While there’s no question that the new Star Wars movies will have a ton of CG and greenscreen, we can be thankful that two of the series most beloved characters will not be computer generated.
Social media users looking to join a more exclusive website may want to try Netropolitan, described as “an environment where you could talk about the finer things in life without backlash.”
Lift Labs, which was acquired recently by the search engine giant, has created a spoon that counteracts the user's tremors, allowing them to eat more easily.
Following the announcement of its partnership with Viacom, talks are ongoing between Sony and other major content providers prior to launch of its Internet-based TV platform.
The world had a brief taste of the 20th century yesterday when Facebook went down for 20 minutes. Users turned to other social networks to poke fun at the outage.
We discuss why it’s definitely a positive thing that music streaming services are triumphing over flagging album sales.
The “hacktivist” group has been very busy over the bank holiday, and still is today, with DDoS attacks on Twitch and Tumblr as well.
Philip Danks, of Walsall, has been sentenced to 33 months in prison after uploading an illegal copy of the film, costing Universal Pictures "millions of pounds."