The Five Weirdest Pieces from MoMA’s New Tech Exhibit

A website that maps crowd-sourced data in a disaster. A digital character that giggles when you poke his belly. And a device that allows men to menstruate.

Those are just a few of the items that will go on display at Talk To Me, the Museum of Modern Art’s latest tech-focused show in New York City this Sunday. Featuring roughly 200 …

Five Easter iPhone Apps That Are Actually Pretty Cool

Yep, Martha Stewart spiked our Easter-app fever with her Egg Dyeing 101. But the iTunes store was a fertile ground of arty holiday-themed apps, and we found some other pretty cool contenders. Whether you’re a devout egghead, an occasional Peeps-ter — or prefer to celebrate your own Easter-time holiday of “West”er — these five …

Artist Transforms Video Game Stills Into Photographic Art

We at Techland hold firmly that video game designers are some of today’s best artists. But we also realize that mainstream art snobs sometimes dismiss the genre as not real art.

That’s why we love the work of Thibault Brunet, a photographer who’s capturing and retouching screenshots to capture the landscapes and portraits found in

Dogs Turn Shutterbugs with Dogtography Exhibit

If, like me, you spend far too much of your life wondering what life is like for your dog(s), then a new exhibition of canine photography may go partway towards providing some much-needed answers. And, yes, that’s “canine photography” as in “photos taken by dogs.” Well, kind of.

Dogtography: A Dog’s Eye View Of New York is an …

The Video-Game Redemption of Roger Ebert?

So, video games’ most prominent gadfly returns to the subject of interactive entertainment this morning. But, wait! Before you roll your eyes, you should know this: Roger Ebert admits he was wrong.

Yep. The Chicago Sun-Times’ longtime movie critic wrote the following in a new blog post:

I was a fool for mentioning video games in

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