A little camouflage can make ordinary things a lot more intriguing. We found eight interesting and useful gadgets that are not exactly what they appear to be.
The Guinness Book of World Records recently released a list of the biggest video game heroes, based on votes from 13,000 gamers. Here are the top results.
In 1980s movies, modems had the power to change high school grades, wreck laboratories, and even spark global nuclear conflict. Here are some classic and silly modem movie moments from a time before the technology caught on.
NoteSlate is a low-cost tablet designed catered to the more basic needs of a pen and paper alternative.
This awesome little spider bot can do acrobatic tricks, entertain your kids, and even fight with your cat!
Creepily listen in on a stranger’s music, or protect your computer from getting pulled of the desk--either way, these headphones offer some unique options.
Las Vegas has no secrets for us, at least in the area of technology. Here is a sampling of what we found most interesting on the first day of CES, with gadgets and gizmos from the likes of Samsung, Sony, and Motorola.
A simple DIY project is all that’s needed to completely digitize your life, allowing you to receive a notification on your phone when your snail mail arrives.