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The world’s first completely 3D printed room looks really cool—and it might make you scream a little bit.
YouTube's Jesterlads keep doors open and confusion constant with this silly Star Wars 2 prank.
Vodafone unveils the first-ever pair of smartphone-recharging denim shorts.
Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird, it's a plane it's... a 3G-spewing Google balloon?!
When we were kids, we were told that flying cars would signify that we had truly reached the future. Although flying cars might still be a few years away, a group of Czech companies demonstrated a prototype of a flying electric bicycle in Prague earlier this week.
PointGrab believes their purely software-based approach to gesture control may be the key to bringing this new take on UI to the masses.
Diaper-maker Huggies is developing a belt for soon-to-be fathers to wear, letting them experience every kick of their new baby in real time.
You know those paintings that show up in nearly every episode of Scooby Doo that follow the gang with suspiciously active eyes as they pass by? How would you like to create your own animatronic eyes and be basically the best neighbor on the block this October?
A wooden spoon-stylus? Of course. Because everyone knows the iPad's place is in the kitchen.
If you’ve made it past the headline, congratulations, we have a real treat in store for you. Here's a piece of gear that turns insects into tasty, tasty noms.
Forget a digital clock for your desktop or bedside. Why not have a binary clock, built with Lego instead?
Japanese restaurant chain Yo! Sushi is trialling table service with a difference — food delivered to you via quadrocopter.
From musical pants to stinky phones, this year's Augmented World Expo showed us our wonderful (and terrifying) augmented future.
Make your suit more appealing while keeping a classy air of geek with these NASA cufflinks.
RoboRoach could be your first super-gross cybernetics project: It lets you take control of cybernetic cockroaches with an iPhone.