With Blu-ray playback, a large screen and decent discrete graphics, the Sony Vaio FW560F/T is a very compelling sub-$1,000 multimedia notebook.
A clinic in California is testing a laser procedure that eliminates pigment in the patient's eyes, turning them blue.
The Sphere instrument on the VLT in Chile peers with all its might into the blackness around a binary star system and returns a surprise for astronomers.
Genetically modified Arctic apples clear a government hurdle and look ahead to landing in a grocery store near you.
After much legal wrangling, the fraternity brothers come to an agreement about the early development of the ephemeral messaging app.
It ain't easy being a Jedi, especially when dealing with lightsaber-wielding bullies. "Jedi Academy: Return of the Padawan" reminds us that school can be just as adventuresome as storming the Death Star.
The exiled creator's legal team admits to leaking video testimony but asserts its right to defend its client's reputation.
We're cloudy on the benefits of the PicoBrew Zymatic, especially for $2,000.
Unless you have a very specific need for the data tracking or automation provided by the PicoBrew Zymatic, you will likely see very limited benefit for the cost of this machine over traditional home-brewing equipment.
David Brown loves classic cars -- the look, style and speed appeals. The reliability does not. So he's decided to make a car that looks like it was penned in the '60s, but has modern mechanicals. Essentially, the Speedback, DBA's debut car, is the best of both worlds. We spoke to Brown about his car.