Technically Incorrect: In doing something that's been done before, HTC thinks it can be, um, different.
An old-school 128K Mac gets an even older-school treatment as an artist rebuilds the iconic computer out of burnished walnut and shiny brass.
The startup that won itself the chance to run an ad during the Super Bowl releases another spot, for a new action figure for girls. In it, little girls say to hell with conventional ideas of beauty.
Technically Incorrect: An ad for its new Brrr-ito sees Ben and Jerry's launch a stoned hipster version of Apple's legendary opus.
Technically Incorrect: A British paint manufacturer is the latest to (brilliantly) show a future that's quite painful and awful. Yet here we are loving the fancy gadgets that will take us there. Is there a disconnect?
Hulu isn't just about TV shows any more: December sees its movie catalog expand greatly.
Sony finally acknowledges that the world didn't embrace its rival to the videocassette, years after that format faded from the market, too.
Test pilot and entrepreneur David Mayman moves like James Bond and takes his company's JB-9 jetpack for an impressive spin out over New York Harbor.
Technically Incorrect: The much-anticipated appearance of the leading Republican candidate on America's most famous comedy show wasn't too much of an actual appearance. Social media did some of the work for him.
Whether it's the first cordless kettle or a spacecraft for civilians, UK design company Seymourpowell has long created inventions on "the edge of the future." But how do you design a world that doesn't exist yet?