Speck's answer to Google Cardboard is a virtual reality viewer that's both svelte and durable.
Amazon packed everything we love about Alexa and the Amazon Echo into a much smaller, much more affordable package. Plus, it'll work with your existing audio setup.
Technically Incorrect: She's rapping to Drake and Future. She's running on a treadmill. What could possibly go wrong?
Stop freezing your ground beef in chubs or styrofoam packs. Flatten them in zip-top bags so they thaw in minutes.
The Chinese company also talks up a new image stabilisation technology located on the camera's sensor -- rather than the lens. Both will soon be featured on upcoming phones.
Technically Incorrect: The rapper insists the world is flat. The astrophysicist accuses him of being an anti-intellectual...on Comedy Central of course.
Technically Incorrect: Atlanta-based rapper and producer B.o.B shows images that "prove" the world is not round. Neil deGrasse Tyson tries to prove him wrong.
What do you get when you combine modular, color-changing, wall-mountable LEDs with a smart app? Nanoleaf's Aurora, of course.
The passion project from Flat Earth Games is a space-trading simulator that does a heck of a lot more than it says on the tin.
Speaking via an internet feed at San Diego Comic-Con, the former intelligence contractor talks about the aftermath of his bombshell disclosures on US government surveillance.