Grab your tech passport and travel to Berlin for the massive IFA consumer-electronics trade show.
A charity auction for coffee with Eric Schmidt is underway and it's shaping up to be a lot cheaper than having coffee with Apple's Tim Cook.
The new Lowes Holoroom lets you try home upgrades virtually before you buy them.
TinyTesla allows anyone to build a Tesla coil that shoots arcs of electricity and plays simple MIDI music files.
There's no perfect piece of wearable tech, and everything out there has problems. But here's what I like from what I've seen in 2013 and gotten a peek at in early 2014.
If you desperately want an e-bike but don't have the funds for a ready-to-ride, one expert wants to teach you how to build your own.
A Lego builder tackles the challenge of crafting a working keyboard out of Lego bricks and has to make some entertaining substitutions for traditional keys.
At the University of Idaho, students can "print" practically anything they want thanks to this vending machine. "We want to be the Redbox of 3D printing," its creator says.
Robot insects, phone-controlled cars and...flying drones? A first look at Tinkerbot, an Arduino-based robot toy kit even little kids can use.
S&T Geotronics wants to give collectors and cryptographers a chance to re-create a piece of encryption history with a special kit for building an open-source Enigma machine.
The Dell Venue 8 7000 series is the world's thinnest tablet. But its standout feature is Intel's RealSense depth camera that, when it makes its way to smartphones, will revamp mobile photography.