We may not have the fancy gadgets of Star Trek: Into Darkness, but we've already surpassed much of the tech in the original series.
A floating Lego raft. A spinning ping-pong ball. Give six women a littleBits kit, and stand back. Inventions from the Women TechMakers events at Google I/O.
Here's what it looks like when two grown men arm-wrestle via electrical signals.
Developers will have no problem cracking open the Oculus Rift, a virtual reality headset that connects to a PC and plays 3D games. It's unclear what the final product will look like.
PlayJam has delayed the release of its GameStick console, prompting gripes from some of its Kickstarter supporters.
Honda is testing a traffic app that doesn't simply reroute you when congestion occurs; it purportedly helps prevent the jam in the first place.
The co-founder of Defense Distributed, Cody Wilson, discusses the company's distribution of designs for gun parts that can be produced using 3D printers and his plans for expansion, as well as the mixed reaction from the public.
Monitoring oil, natural gas or propane use typically means waiting until the end of the month when you get your bill, but a new device called the Heat Meter can report your energy use in real-time and compare your efficiency to other homes in the area.