You MacBook Pro's cable clutter's stylish end may come from the MacDock Pro's hand.
Fleksy aims to bring “laptop keyboard” level touch-typing to mobile devices, with excellent predictive text to boot.
What better way to make use of a spare robot arm than to turn into something that dispenses alcohol?
The Soccket soccer ball converts kinetic energy into stored battery life to power an LED lamp, and possibly more.
First you throw, then you reel, and finally, you shoot. Ridiculous Fishing brings colorful graphics and a variety of gameplay to iOS.
So, a bookshelf, a safe and some Lego blocks walk into a bar—yes, someone went ahead and made something like that.
Dark Energy's Reservoir charger offers a potent combination of size and power.
The myIDkey biometrically secure password manager could change the way you deal with your passwords.
First there was a case you could eat, now there's an iPhone case you can pop.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 launch left a bad taste in our mouth.
Just a little late for Pi Day, one mathematician calculated pi to a dizzyingly precise level.
Can't afford the Google Glass? Telepathy One may well either be the solution or something that only Kanye West would wear.
We interviewed people at Samsung's Time Square event to see what they thought of the Galaxy S 4.
It's beginning to look like there's an unspoken sense of competition between Game Boy hackers because this latest one is just phenomenal.
Before you get rid of your subscription to your local newspaper, be forewarned: Scott van Haastretcht's Image Toaster is far from capable of reproducing high-resolution imagery. In fact, it has a maximum printing area of six square pixels. Sigh.