Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Harry Potter fans, take note: Scientists have made an object "disappear" using a cloaking device similar in many ways to the invisibility cloak imagined by author J.K. Rowling.
The technology industry's e-waste problem isn't expected to go away anytime soon, but IBM just made a discovery that could help.
There's been a compelling story in the news over the past week or so about a robot that apparently longs for freedom. Last week it was filmed disrupting traffic in Russia after it reportedly escaped the confines of its laboratory home; this week, reports suggest that it has escaped a second time, and may be dismantled as a result.
There's no better way to express mock sympathy than by playing the "world's smallest violin," but the sad song you mime can now actually be heard.
Before Raspberry Pi rocked the world, a board called BeagleBone was the development computer board of choice among makers looking to create cool gadgets.
Practice makes perfect. But for a collaborative sport like ping pong, it’s not always easy to find the perfect partner, so two brothers solved this problem by building the “Trainerbot.”
The update breaks a hack that allowed Oculus games on non-Oculus headsets, but is the company really reneging on a promise, as some have suggested?
Windows 95 on an Apple Watch isn't exactly practical, but it looks like a fun way to relive the 90s on your wrist.
The crowdfunded CoWatch aims to put Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant on your wrist.
The latest update lets you view notifications, read new emails, and reply to messages from the comfort of your wrist.
The Coolest Cooler Kickstarter project is looking for help to deliver 36,000 coolers to backers.
Sphero BB-8 gets a “Watch With Me” mode to react in sync with the film.
Microsoft's Hololens promises to merge the real and virtual worlds in ways that haven't been possible before, and on Thursday morning, it demonstrated one way the gadget could transform the way we buy cars and just about any other major product.
Many hoverboards are now banned from entering the United States amid patent disputes.
Forget learning lock-picking: At Cebit, Digiwell will fit you with an NFC chip that will let you open doors without a key.