“What is a printer?” asked Zuta Labs, then reimagined it as the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer, as small as your hand. Designed by Zuta Labs and now on Kickstarter, the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer is one
Many see Google Fiber as an attempt to disrupt the stagnant world of internet service providers, and it now sounds like Google wants to shake up the wireless industry, too. Sources for The Information
Open this website, put on your headphones, and start typing. Created by designer Jono Brandel in collaboration with the music composers Lullatone, Patatap is described as a "portable animation and sound
U.S. President Barack Obama's proposal to end the NSA's bulk collection of telephone records has gathered one noteworthy endorser: Edward Snowden. The whistleblower who leaked top-secret documents exposing
Offering a rare interview in the run-up to another legal fray between Samsung and Apple, the senior engineer behind the iPhone has explained where it all started, part of Apple's plan to communicate how
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt may have recently been delayed to February 2015, but it's seemingly for good reason. After watching a live demo and talking with CD Projekt Red, it's clear that the developer need
The eighth generation of consoles--that is Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Wii U--"could be the last generation of dedicated hardware." That's according to video game market research firm EEDAR chief product
The creator of 'Beavis and Butt-Head' takes on the tech world Mike Judge has been taking shots at pop culture — and making people laugh in the process — ever since Beavis and Butt-head took MTV by storm.
We were frightened by The Machines all this time. But will The Infants be our last hope? [A NEW FILM FROM LEGENDARY DIRECTOR JAMES CAMERON] A parent in Germany created this robo-suit--the P5000 Powerloader
The creator of the World Wide Web is now calling for a long overdue Internet bill of rights. Twenty five years ago today, a CERN engineer submitted a modest proposal to his bosses for a new communications
Lightbox and Fuel Entertainment's documentary on the supposed burial of millions of cartridges of ET: The Extra Terrestrial's game adaptation isn't, as the subject matter might suggest, all doom and gloom.
Like iTunes for classic games The world has no shortage of video game emulators, but many can be painful to use — many reflect their hacker origins with equally hacky interfaces, and you'd need a vast