Camp Google+: Summer Program for Teens Kicks Off in Cyber Space

Makers Camp on Google+, launched by Make magazine, is a summer program for teens offering daily building projects to "make" just about anything. The 30-day program kicked off July 16 and runs weekdays through August 24. "We've created the online summer camp experience that we wanted to do physically, but that wasn't practical," Dale Dougherty, founder and publisher of Make magazine, told Mashable. "We want to encourage teens to use the summer to make things, so we're bringing in people who can demonstrate interesting projects."

Google Doodle Boldly Goes Where No Doodle Has Gone Before

Google’s letters have been remade into Star Trek crew members and there’s a storyline inside the doodle, with many references to the episode and show. There are even “scenes” that help carry you through the story. Google told me that this is one of the reasons they decided to launch the doodle a day early, so people would have time to play with it and discover the entire story — a challenge that perhaps only true Trekkies will undertake.

Google Doodle Celebrates Julia Child's 100th Birthday

Wednesday's Google Doodle celebrates the birth of Julia Child, the woman who made America fall in love with French cuisine. The Google Doodle of Child illustrates her with a wide grin, as she simultaneously prepares fish, soup, two chickens and a cake. The chef, author and TV personality was born Aug. 15, 1912 and would be celebrating her 100th birthday this year. Child is credited with introducing French cooking to the American palette through her debut cookbook Mastering the Art of French Cooking, which was released in 1963. She later became the host of long-running PBS cooking show The French Chef.

JBL’s Charge 3 waterproof speakers are big on battery and bass

I do the same thing every time I get a waterproof device – I take it home, fill up the sink and dunk it. It’s a strangely cathartic, a sort of gadget baptism, and nicely refreshing for someone who spends so much of his time cautiously handling expensive hardware devices. The only thing that beats it are those companies with rugged gadgets that demand you bang them with a hammer. In these dog days of summer, however, I’ll happily settle for a quality dunking.

Lindsay Lohan blesses Twitter with her opinions about Brexit

Lindsay Lohan: actress, singer, paparazzi magnet and ... expert in British politics? Yes, the star is all riled up about the vote on Britain's membership in the European Union, known as the Brexit vote, and she is letting everyone know about it. SEE ALSO: The 'Brexit' referendum and 'Game of Thrones' aren't all that different Sunderland was the first region to vote for Britain to leave the EU. Lohan, it turns out, found nothing "fetch" about the situation. (Fetch. It's like slang.)

J.K. Rowling, Zayn, Lin-Manuel Miranda and other celebrities had a lot of feelings about 'Brexit'

For better or for worse, history was made when nearly 52 percent of residents in the UK cast a vote in favor of leaving the European Union. The "Brexit" has elicited a wide range of responses from folks all over the world. Many celebrities—like Lindsay Lohan—were vocal about encouraging their fans and followers to vote to leave or remain. Now that results are in and Prime Minister David Cameron has officially announced his resignation, celebrities have used Twitter to express their mixed feelings about the news: