NASA’s Rover landed on the red planet earlier this week, and next month a replica of the Curiosity machine will be landing in stores.
DOS games come to the Nexus 7 by way of a floppy drive hacked to work with the tablet.
Take some Lego and an Arduino board, then mix in some social networking, and you've got yourself a geeky alternative to the Olympics.
Are your retinas ready? One avid Apple user reveals how to run the new MacBook Pro at its highest resolution of 2880-by-1800 resolution without any scaling.
A new high-end oven lets you get things cooking before you get home, thanks to a built-in SIM card.
Worried about others leaching off of your Wi-Fi network? New wallpaper created by French scientists hopes to solve your problems by blocking Wi-Fi signals.
One UC Berkeley student customized his dorm room so it's ready for any situation at the push of a button.
If you want Panasonic's new 145-inch HDTV, you may need to think about getting a bigger house.
One Adobe manager took it into his own hands to recreate the virtual keyboards as seen in Tron: Legacy using two iPads.
Chinese car maker BYD introduced a new hybrid car this week--complete with a friendly robot built into the vehicle's dashboard.
A hologram of the late rapper Tupac Shakur played to surprised audiences at Coachella this past weekend, but how was the visual trick achieved?
The U.S. Navy is developing a robot that can put out a fire, with a little help from voice and gesture inputs.
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