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After teasing us for months, Google appears to have scrapped its mysterious barge technology showcases.
It's just a silly photo put out by Ford in honor of Embrace Your Geekness, some made-up, so-called holiday. The scary part? Some geek just might try it.
If you think pledging to help a guy make potato salad is a waste of money, wait until you get a load of these projects that sought backing from the crowd.
For $9550 -- and counting -- that better be some mighty fine tasting potato salad.
Some flew a GoPro-equipped drone into a fireworks show and posted the footage on YouTube. The winner? Humanity.
The future of portable printing may be contained in Zuta's Pocket Printer, a four-wheeled robot that's a little smaller than a CD case. But that's only if its makers can improve on a crowd-funded prototype.
A device called the oPhone, now on Indiegogo, transmits the smells attached to your photos.
Meet Pepper the robot. It’s in stores now, and will be in homes soon in Japan.
Critics are raising questions about news that a conversation bot passed an AI test.
Spend a little time on the Web, and you'll know better than to trust your eyes. Still, we've come across a few online pranks that we wish were more truth than fiction.
Whoa, crazy promotion, man. Chill out while I explain it 'cause it's gonna, like, blow your mind.
Fujitsu is experimenting with a gaze-tracking sensor aimed at discovering which products may have caught the eyes of shoppers. We'll take a closer look in this video report.
Fujitsu is experimenting with a gaze tracking sensor to figure out what shoppers really want to buy.
Jules Verne would be impressed, but it's only one step toward an attempt to provide Internet access to remote areas.