University of Michigan researchers hack the Washington DC electronic voting system, and elect Bender, the drunk robot from Futurama, as school board president.
Japanese researchers develop a handheld "gun" that can keep you from talking and forming coherent sentences.
Adobe shows off a new blur iris tool that will allow you to add a fake shallow depth of field to your images.
A Japanese modder hacks his arcade fighting stick to work with a PlayStation Vita playing Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
International Space Station Astronaut Satoshi Furukawa builds a Lego version of the ISS while inside of the real ISS.
Richard “8-Bit Builder” Clinton shows off a time-lapse build an incredible, Minecraft-inspired PC case mod in the shape of a 16-Bit Link from the Legend of Zelda series.
Carl-Frederic Salicath makes a twin-lens reflex camera out of binocular lenses, a junked mirror, and Lego bricks.
Blackberry Bridge 2.0 software unexpectedly allows Blackberry devices to become a bluetooth remote for Android devices, PCs running Windows and Mac OS X, and the PS3.
Promise DVRs can record 60 channels simultaneously, and can store up to seven days' worth of programming.
Adobe shows off two new Content-Aware Fill tools that let you move objects in your images and expand them.
The Dark Room is a YouTube video adventure game that's funny, aggravating, and oh-so addictive.
VideoLAN introduces its first release candidate for VLC 2.0, and announces plans to port the new version to iOS and Android.
Filmmakers and programmers create and instant, real-time 3D model using a single DSLR camera and a Kinect.