3D Heights CEO Jerry Castanos says that as we make 3D printing more accessible, use of the technology will skyrocket.
Today marks the tenth anniversary of popular teen comedy "Mean Girls," which developed a cult following in the years after its 2004 release despite low box office rankings.
Amazon announced the launch of a new wearable technology store on its website today, saying that consumers are "increasingly coming to Amazon to shop and learn about these devices.”
Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann unveiled a new search technology Thursday evening called "Guided Search" that aims to help users navigate the site, which has over 30 billion individual pins. Guided Search is optimized for mobile and designed to require as little typing as possible. Where Google requires precise queries in order to deliver, this new search technology is designed to provide search results you didn't even know you were looking for. Pinterest also has more users than both Twitter and Instagram and is a company worth keeping an eye on.
NASA is inviting all social media users to take a selfie of themselves alongside nature and to post it to Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, or Google Plus with the hashtag #globalselfie.
Watch your back, Starbucks! A new app, already popular in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, has landed in New York and offers unlimited coffee to those who pay a flat fee of $45 a month.
Everyone's talking about Dominique Ansel's latest invention -- the milk and chocolate chip cookie shot. But did you know you can (sort of) make it yourself?
South by Southwest Interactive packed a whole lot of cool into just five days of panels, meet-and-greets, and parties, and here's a summary of it all.
Hotel bookings skyrocket over the festival period and prices rise accordingly.
Neflix acquired its second original documentary, "Mitt," in December to add to its burgeoning exclusive video content. It is now available for online streaming.