Many of the activities we accept as 'charity,' like supporting lavish artistic endeavors and fancy schools, aren’t really charity as most people understand the term.
Apple's new textbooks for iPad will let students zoom and rotate images, watch movies, and even complete tasks like dissecting frogs
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei's provocative work spotlights human rights and pushes government boundaries.
News Corp. will likely launch an iPad newspaper today. Reports say "The Daily" will only come on iPads and will cost money to download. Can an iPad newspaper last when so much free news exists online?
French-born artist Louise Bourgeois, who passed away Monday, was known for her 'confessional' work that explored themes of female sexuality, birth, and death.
A new interactive installation at the Guggenheim Museum draws onlookers into a conversation that itself becomes part of the art.
The New Orleans National World War II Museum uses immersive tech to boost teaching power – and also entertain.
Thriller races around the globe like a scruffy Bond movie but without the moral clarity.