Released back in 1987, almost 30 years ago, the Ferrari F40 is still considered to be one of the greatest supercars of all time. It was the last car that Enzo Ferrari himself personally approved, and Lego has finally immortalized it in plastic bricks with its latest Creator model.
The Maersk Line Triple-E (10241) has been one of the hardest to get sets since its release in earlier this year. Constantly out of stock and on back-order, this 1518 piece set was obviously a very limited run. It is currently back in stock on Lego.com for $149.99 (limit 2).
The BitCoin digital Currency system is intriguing in its desire to circumvent traditional currency. More intriguing is that its creator Satoshi Nakamoto is an enigma shrouded in mysterious mystery.
Tyler Neylon is like any other lego junkie - he looks beyond the directions in a kit and uses the bricks in front of him to make his own designs.
The newest iteration of Roxio's do-everything software bundle, Creator, will take home movies into the third dimension—it includes tools for managing, editing, and sharing 3D content and even lets users convert existing 2D photos and video into 3D.
Google has revealed its latest smartphone war weapon—Google App Inventor for Android. It's a drag & drop app creation tool to help those without a collection of SDKs on their computer build apps, games and more.
LEGO introduced its latest entries in the Creator series at Toy Fair. These use the same pieces and some of the sensors, gears and motors from the Mindstorms set, but don't require an engineering degree to put together or any software skill to operate. Details on the crane, crocodile, and a photo gallery after the…