125 Years Of Iconic Images At National Geographic
September 27 2013 5:43 AM EDT
As National Geographic magazine prepares for its 125th anniversary this October, we take a look back at the iconic images.
Christie’s Is Now Open For Business In Mainland China
September 27 2013 5:11 AM EDT
In its first auction on Thursday, Christie’s sold goods worth $25 million.
How Taiwan Can Benefit From A Giant Rubber Ducky
September 24 2013 10:51 PM EDT
What’s a good way to drum up interest in your city and generate tens of millions of dollars in the process? Get a jumbo-sized rubber ducky.
What’s Old Is New Again: Behold The Era Of The Giant Ferris Wheel
September 20 2013 9:59 AM EDT
Built to rival the Eiffel Tower and then relegated to theme parks, the Ferris wheel has emerged anew as the ultimate status symbol.
Korea To Build ‘Invisible’ Skyscraper Next To Airport
September 13 2013 6:19 AM EDT
The 450-meter (1,476-foot) Tower Infinity will use an LED façade system and optical cameras to become "invisible."
Van Gogh Found In An Attic Turns Out To Be Real
September 09 2013 8:47 PM EDT
The Van Gogh Museum identified a 125-year-old painting stored in a collector's attic as an authentic Van Gogh.
These Are The World’s ‘Vainest’ Skyscrapers
September 06 2013 5:40 AM EDT
The Council on Tall Buildings has noticed an unusual trend in the construction of today's skyscrapers: “vanity height.”
Beyoncé's 32 Most Iconic Music Video Hairstyles
September 04 2013 7:09 PM EDT
In honor of Beyoncé's 32nd birthday today, we've gathered 32 of the star's most iconic music video hairstyles. Happy B-Day!
Photographer Trains Lens On Physics Machines [PHOTOS]
August 20 2013 6:02 AM EDT
NYC photographer Stanley Greenberg creates breathtaking photographs of the complex machines used in physics experiments.
One Thousand Egyptian Treasures Looted Amid Unrest
August 19 2013 9:45 PM EDT
Some 1,050 artifacts spanning 3,500 years of history were looted from Egypt's Malawi National Museum last week.
Orchestra To Stage First-Ever Concert At Australia’s Ayers Rock
August 16 2013 5:37 AM EDT
The Darwin Symphony Orchestra is preparing to do something that’s never been done before: stage a concert at Uluru (Ayers Rock).
388-Year-Old Bonsai Tree Survived Hiroshima Atomic Blast, Deemed Survior [PHOTO]
August 14 2013 8:27 AM EDT
A 388-year-old rare, Japanese White Pine Bonsai tree that survived the Hiroshima atomic blast in 1945 has been deemed a "Hiroshima Survivor."
Winning Shots From National Geographic Traveler's 2013 Photo Contest
August 06 2013 6:06 AM EDT
These images captured the imagination of the judges and won top honors in the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
'The Butterfly Effect' Gets A Reboot
July 26 2013 1:43 PM EDT
The 2004 film "The Butterfly Effect" is being prepped for a reboot.
Frank Ocean Suffers Vocal Cord Tear, Cancels Remaning Tour Dates
July 26 2013 11:44 AM EDT
Frank Ocean has canceled several Australian tour dates due to vocal cord tear.
97-Year-Old Creates Gorgeous Masterpieces Using Microsoft Paint
July 26 2013 12:06 AM EDT
A 97-year-old artist uses the Windows 95 program Microsoft Paint to create gorgeous images on his computer.
Beyonce's Album Delays Are Nothing But Rumors, Singer's Rep Says
July 25 2013 10:27 PM EDT
Following a report by The Hollywood Reporter, a rep for the singer has spoken out to say that the album is on schedule and has faced no issues.
Is Danity Kane Working On A New Album? Girl Group Shares Photo Of In Studio Reunion
July 25 2013 9:58 AM EDT
The possibility of a Danity Kane reunion continues to grow as the girl group was recently photographed in the recording studio for a session with music producers the Freshm3n.
Chinese Skeptical Of World’s Next Tallest Building, To Be Built In 9 Months
July 24 2013 10:56 PM EDT
A plan to build the world's next largest tower, Sky City, in nine months is so audacious many Chinese don’t think it’s possible.
Original Copy Of Schindler's List Hits eBay, Bidding Starts At $3M
July 23 2013 8:20 AM EDT
Sellers of one of only four original copies left of the famous Schindler’s List say interest in the sale of the historic document on eBay has “exceeded our wildest dreams.”