What do you get when you combine a neuro-headset, a Windows 8 tablet, and a skateboard? This.
Researchers at Wake Forest University find a way to turn body heat into electricity.
One designer dreamed up an idea for a smartphone built with the visually impaired in mind.
Soldiers are advancing, and the only way to stop them is to by doodling on a whiteboard.
Hasbro plans to release new editions of three of its classic games this year. The spin? The zAPPed games will use iOS devices to help bring them to life.
One day, even the trees could be sending and receiving wireless signals with this new tech.
"Mom, why do my Lego blocks taste like coffee?" OK, they're not really Lego bricks, but Eco Bricks put a green spin on everybody's favorite building toy.
The weather network of the future may be here, and it demonstrates the temperature through touch.
Vicariously live out your superhero fantasies with these human-shaped foam model aircraft. Um...
Georgia Tech researchers take a cue from nature and design a robot that mimics the movement of a snake.
Need a USB flash drive or Wi-Fi access while out on the town? These cufflinks from Brookstone might be for you.
One modder turned an old Atari 2600 into an iPhone dock--and you can buy it.
The Lenovo S2 smartphone runs Android 2.3 and comes with a speedy 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor.
Ion Audio releases two new versions to the iCade mini-arcade system for the iPad that are slimmer and trimmer--and slightly less retro than the original.
The Japanese government is looking to construct a farm where the only workers are robots.