Image via Anton_Ivanov / Shutterstock.com RR Auction recently sold off Steve Jobs’ 1973 employment application for US$174,757—more than triple its initial bidding price of US$50,000.
Image via Banksy Banksy’s return to the Big Apple has energized the city with talk about an upcoming new series by the famous anonymous street artist.
[Click here to view the video in this article] iPhone X might not have enjoyed as enthusiastic sales as Apple might have hoped for, but that hasn’t stopped the Cupertino giant from releasing this passionate commercial that comically overemphasizes its Face ID capabilities.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Marvel just dropped its latest trailer and poster for Avengers: Infinity War.
Image via ASICS Japan When spring makes its arrival, you’ll want to be in Onitsuka Tiger’s new sneakers to kick winter’s gloom out the door.
If you missed out on the adidas YEEZY Boost 350 V2 ‘Cream White’ release in April 2017, here is your chance.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Late last year, we first wrote of China's plans to trial a social rating system that is similar to the show Black Mirror, in the episode ‘Nose Dive’.
‘Exposed’ by Barry Blitt. Image via The New Yorker American cartoonist Barry Blitt—famed for his several satirical depictions of Donald Trump in The New Yorker—has created a bare-bones piece of the President for the magazine’s 26 March cover.
Image via Apple Newsroom On Friday, Apple started sending out invites to journalists, requesting to have them grace its event on 27 March 2018.
Image via Xbox Microsoft has announced its first foray into game streaming with an upcoming cloud platform that lets users play games-on-demand, much like Sony’s ‘PlayStation Now’ subscription.
Image provided by Wieden+Kennedy London Formula 1 has debuted its first global marketing campaign, which is complete with energetic imagery, a new slogan, and a 60-second film featuring six superfans.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty line has been celebrated all over the globe for its inclusivity.
[Click here to view the video in this article] To help boast its ultimate desktop hardware, the iMac Pro, Apple invited a handful of filmmakers to create exciting content using its latest product.
Image by Martin Hajek and featured with permission iPhone X’s notch has evolved from a visual disruption to a coveted, premium aesthetic.
National Geographic has placed the spotlight on 11-year-old fraternal twin sisters Marcia, pictured left in the image above, and Millie Biggs on the cover of its April issue.
Image via Mognavi If you’re the sort who eats peanut butter straight from the jar, Skippy has a cooler idea for you, literally.
Image via Shutterstock Can an artificial brain truly replicate the workings of a human mind? This week, the final Reddit posts from renowned physicist Stephen Hawking made their rounds on the internet.
Image via Debby Wong / Shutterstock.com An appalling ad that referenced Chris Brown’s 2009 domestic assault on singer Rihanna took Snapchat users aback when it appeared on the platform recently.
Australia-based design studio Motherbird has developed an interesting new brand identity for creative agency Something in London.
Image via Martin Good / Shutterstock.com Chanel has filed a lawsuit against What Goes Around Comes Around (WGACA)—a prominent secondhand store that boasts celebrity customers such as Kendall Jenner, Rashida Jones and Rachel Zoe—in hopes the latter would face consequences matching its name.