Now there have been twelve incarnations of the time-traveling Doctor (discounting the War Doctor), one for every hour on the clock. You can use this desktop wallpaper series to keep track of time with the Doctor.
In the right setting, Doctor Who's Weeping Angels can still deliver the creeps. And you can spook your friends—and yourself—with this rotating series of Weeping Angel desktop backgrounds.
Have you ever found yourself watching a cartoon and noticing the illustrations behind the characters? Those backgrounds can often be prettier than the action in the foreground. If only those pesky mice and long-nosed boys would get out of the way! If so, the upcoming Beverly Hills Animation Art Signature Auction is…
NASA said that their Blue Marble 2012 was "the most amazing image of Earth ever." Now they have released the other half, answering to popular demand.
NASA has released a new Blue Marble image, showing the United States of America. According to them, it's the "most amazing, highest resolution image of Earth ever." Blue Marble 2012 bests the 2010 edition and the original one.
Is it a wonderful new Christmas decoration come too late? Blood plunging into a pool of bath water? Or has someone just dropped the ketchup in the sink?
After our social media background check, are you afraid of what a future employer may find out about you? Rest easy as we have some tips to help you remove your personal information from more than a dozen online background check websites.
Your next job application could require a social media background check. Odds are, you have no clue what that means. Nobody does. It's new and scary and probably scours the Web for pictures of you puking on the beach.
The Invisibility app is indeed magical. It takes a mediocre camera on your iPad 2 and turns it into something incredible.
If you've ever dabbled in HTML, you'd know about hexadecimal color codes—those base-16 numbers that mix red, green and blue to create a precise hue. This mesmerizing Colour Clock takes the current time, converts it into a hexadecimal value, and uses the ever-changing shade as its background color. A screensaver for…
A bookshelf is nice...if you have books to put on it. But it's 2010, and, for better or worse, my copy of Angry Birds is seeing a lot more use than my copy of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
Chuck Anderson, creator of Windows 7's laid-back, cerulean-cool default wallpaper and login screen, showed me the evolution of his work—including Easter eggs, avoiding Mac tropes and why flaming skulls didn't make the final design.