How can you possibly go wrong with Mario Kart, traditional Japanese art, and trishaws?
Just when you thought you've seen it all, the Lego submarine takes things down to a whole new level of cool.
Claimed to be accurate to three beats per minute, this iOS-based heart monitor is setting hearts a-flutter with its unexpected usage of technology.
A pint-sized alternative to the Arduino, the Digispark is likely to ignite love in a lot of DIYers' hearts.
What happens when you bring the best and brightest of the artistic world together with the finest of the Pokemon ecosystem? This.
Want to make that perfect cake but don't have the hand-eye coordination to get your recipe just right? Use a Smoon.
It might not be able to shoot lasers but this re-creation of the Curiosity Rover is the closest most of us will get to the real thing.
Earthworm Jim? Is that you? Researchers successfully devise a soft, autonomous worm-like robot.
Why powder your nose when you can powder your way to a whole universe of possibilities?
Tired of "pay-what-you-want" game bundles? Try an e-book bundle on for size, instead
Zenta Robotics Creations' six-legged MorpHex is back…and creepier and more awesome than ever.
After charming the masses with his remote-control R2-D2, robot fan Mike Senna is back with a replica of Disney's lovable WALL-E.
Are low-budget, open-source consoles the next big thing? Over 48,000 people and six million dollars in Kickstarter funding say they are.
Do clothes make the man or does the man make the clothes? Programmable, social-media friendly tshirtOS claims its the latter.
Eat your heart out, Play-doh. The ClaytricSurface may be the modeling clay of the future.