You know who wins when an angry dude fights an excavator at a construction site? All of us watching the battle unfold from the sidelines, because it gives us the chance to stop and think about the excavators we’re all dealing with—metaphorically.
South Korean marines storm the beach as smoke screens explode above them during a military exercise with the United States in Pohang on Monday. The same day, South Korea exchanged fire with North Korea, who is threatening a fourth nuclear test, in the Yellow Sea, a violent sign of increased tension between two…
The second life of Olympic structures is a challenge to manage for any host city. But none, perhaps, offer as stark an image as Sarajevo's battle-scarred Olympic buildings. Eight years after the 1984 winter games, the Bosnian War left the city with buildings full of bullet holes, ski slopes dotted with land mines, and…
New York City's Washington Square Park was the host to a giant Lightsaber Battle. Almost a thousand people showed up to battle it out in epic Star Wars style.
Apple filed an infringement complaint against Samsung and won an injunction that halted European sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Unfortunately for Apple, the images of the Samsung Galaxy Tab it submitted to the German court were inaccurate.
This is one of those things that won't surprise, but it's still certainly interesting. What you're seeing in the image below is a word cloud, modeled after commercials for boy's and girl's toys. Stark differences laid bare, and all that.
Nokia is in trouble. In the US, the brand's gone from ubiquitous to the stuff of tech nostalgia. Its next (last?) stab at American relevance? The N8. We pitted the N8's usability against two rivals, and the results aren't pretty.
The Pentagon's cribbing a play from Monday Night Football, adopting the same instant-replay technology used during games to improve analysis of war-zone video feeds.
This teeny little robot is the size of a toy truck - just 50 square inches. It'd be cute, almost, if it wasn't armed with "dozens" of eight-inch rockets.
Short on soldiers and horses? Why not march into battle with an army of household pets and small woodland creatures? As this Oobject gallery illustrates, suits of armor have been made for the likes of cats, mice and squirrels. [Oobject]
The first Night At The Museum was a whimsical little fantasy flick for all ages — except for Ben Stiller's obnoxious delivery. Can new additions Amy Adams and Bill Hader rescue the sequel?
This piece of concept art was developed from the mod Dawn of Victory that runs on top of the Star Wars: Empire At War video game, although the mod has now evolved into its own world, complete with a centuries-long backstory. In this image, Soviet fighters do battle in the skies above Earth against invading Scinfaxi…
Battlestar Galactica's two-hour telepic Razor will hit the airwaves on November 24th. Have you been doing your homework? Here's a handy Razor guide so you can feel fully briefed and prepared as it unspools on your viewing device of choice.