The Family Giving Tree charity is squatting on the campus in the meantime before Apple builds.
If the apocalypse really does happen tomorrow, we don’t want our VentureBeat readers to be without a valuable set of tips and tools for survival. If techies don’t survive, our readership will plummet.
10 gift ideas sure to make the entrepreneur in your life smile this holiday season.
3D printing has created a lot of awesome items in its short history, and soon enough it could revolutionize traditional games and puzzles.
VentureBeat held its holiday party to celebrate the year past and a great year in tech to come. Check out the photos from the event.
The former CEO and President of Vibram FiveFingers starts his own minimalist footwear brand, backed by $5 million in venture capital.
With the holiday season now in full swing, you may be tempted to replace your old PC with a shiny new upgraded model. And if you’re a fan of BBC sci-fi show Doctor Who, we may have found exactly what you’re looking for.
The TaskOne combines features of a Leatherman, a bike repair tool, and an iPhone case. It’s the ultimate in nerd phone protection.
Editor’s Pick U.S. Marine Sgt. Winston Fiore completed a 5,000 journey across Southeast Asia to raise money for reconstructive surgeries for children in the developing world.
Last week, we brought you a story about a New Zealand animal charity that is teaching dogs to drive cars. Well, that program was a success and one of the dogs drove pretty well considering he’s a dog.
The ISS launched five mini-satellites into space, saving money and bringing educational benefits to young engineers.
NASA gets interactive with ‘black marble’ app showing a nighttime view of Earth from space.
File this one under too good to be true: Mike Judge, the comedy genius behind Office Space, King of the Hill, and Beavis and Butt-Head, is working on a dark comedy pilot for HBO called Silicon Valley.
As much as it sounds like a joke, a New Zealand animal charity is actually teaching dogs how to drive cars to show how freaking smart dogs are.
NASA has released an incredible new set of photos that show Earth at night with greater detail than ever before.
How can Apple fix is Maps problems? According to The Onion, it should start by rearranging the planet.
It’s almost too bad that Apple has already patented its term for very high-density, high-quality screens. Because this truly has the potential to be an actual retina display.
Entrepreneur conference organizer Summit Series has bought a 10,000-acre mountain near Eden Utah, where it plans to host conferences, retreats, and apparently, birdmen.
Editor’s Pick Though still in their infancy, consumer 3D printers are already been used to create just about everything — including sex toys.
SurveyMonkey took Movember to the next level with a company-wide initiative and The Great Shave.
A great new video from Vsuace uses science to deconstruct the “5-second rule.” Did you know 93 percent of shoes have fecal matter on them? Just think about that the next time you eat things off the ground.
I’d never been to a Star Trek convention, so getting to spend quality time with Geordi, Data, Worf, Troi, and Q was mind-blowing, to say the least.
The result is a fascinating insight into not just what people are searching for, but why. And what, specifically, they want to know about a person, event, or concept.
2012 may not mark the end of the world, but it may signal a nasty end to the perhaps not great — but also not terrible — economic malaise of the United States.
Last I checked 2013 was still 34 days away. But Bing is obviously an impressive piece of technology: it already knows the most-searched terms of 2012.
Japan’s speeding into the future with its new Maglev trains.
The top of discussion is the 2012 rumors that are proliferating across the internet. According to the organizers, however, December 21 will not, in fact, mark the end of the world.
But, for at least an hour, there was a job posting on the UK government’s website for an James Bond-style “elimination specialist.” And yeah, the job code was 007.
Google Maps is probably the gold standard when it comes to modern maps, as Apple found to its chagrin when it swapped out Google’s maps app for its own a few months ago. But even the best aren’t perfect.
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The UK’s national museum of computing has restored a 61-year-old mechanical computer to full clacking, blinking, and punch-card-reading working order. It’s noisy and, as you can see in the video below, it’s awesome.
High-fashion mannequin maker Almax has released mannequins that don’t just look good, but also look. Right back at you, that is.
Venus is 80 meters long — over 250 feet — and was built with living quarters to accommodate 12 people. Its equipment and living space, according to SWNS.com, can be controlled from seven 27″ iMacs.
Just weeks ago Hurricane Sandy pounded the east coast of the United States with horrific consequences. But imagine a machine that could make massive ocean waves simply disappear.
#IM48 is a road trip for people with ideas. Four guys, spending four months traveling across America to put on events that encourage people to bring to life their ideas.
Electronic cigarette website is distributing electronic cigarettes before the WHO bans them.
It’s rare for a publicly traded company to be concerned when its stock price gets a dramatic increase, but that’s exactly what happened to MedBox earlier this week.
If you understand this, you’re a genius. Stop reading immediately and create a Star Trek-style matter teleporter, charge the world royalties, and retire as the richest human in the history of the world.