What was it like to live in the leafy Shire, the starting point of Bilbo Baggins' trek in "The Hobbit"?
A new sensorized sweater uses Galvanic Skin Response to change colors with your mood, meaning you may never again have the need to tell someone how you're feeling.
Wine lovers who also happen to be adrenaline junkies are being courted in an emerging trend with ziplining tours that soar above vineyard canopies. There is a disclaimer, however: don’t drink and zip.
A Christmas wreath featuring over 40 glittering diamonds and rubies was launched this week.
For fans of Jane Austen's novels this could be a fantasy come true, but "Ever, Jane" is no "World of Warcraft" -- unless you think Mrs. Bennet counts as a Regency Period troll.
The city of Bathurst, eastern Australia, is well known among motor racing fans for its elevated Mount Panorama circuit; now the driving game "Gran Turismo" is being incorporated into both the city and its course.
A Biblically-named restaurant in China where patrons can pay whatever they want -- or nothing at all -- has shown that while loving your neighbour may be laudable, it is a risky business model.
Sent with love from New Zealand to Los Angeles is a giant pop-up book illustrating four filming locations that became part of "The Hobbit."
Two grave robbers trapped underground in a Chinese Tang dynasty tomb for more than 24 hours were rescued by police, who promptly arrested them, state media said Monday.
A white robotic beagle sits wagging its tail and nuzzling anyone who pets it, while six pint-sized robots, flashing blue, pump their fists as they dance to the pop hit "Gangnam Style".