Fans may have to wait a bit longer for new music from country superstar Garth Brooks. He lost half-a-year's worth of song ideas to a technology fail.
The Pantelligent is a smart frying pan that uses a Bluetooth-connected app to guide you through recipes. This $199 pan (converting roughly to £140 in the UK and AU$285 in Australia) regularly produces meals that border on perfection.
The Pantelligent is part GPS, part coach when it comes to stovetop cooking. This $199 pan connects to an app that uses Pantelligent's surface temperature readings to guide you through meals.
A Dutch collaboration has created a vending machine that dispenses cups of freshly cooked fries in less than two minutes.
Tablets offer endless ways to keep babies occupied, but parents should educate themselves before introducing kids to mobile devices.
Got a morning sweet teeth and a resistance to cavities? Taco Bell is testing stuffed doughnut holes made of Cap'n Crunch Crunch Berries cereal.
Ex "MythBuster" Grant Imahara visits potato supplier Simplot to investigate what McDonald's french fries are actually made from. The list of ingredients might be longer than you expect.
On today's show, Khail and Ashley check out Google's holiday-themed Made with Code project, debate the official cast of DC's "Suicide Squad," and marvel over a university's new use of ultrasound. Also, two ladies fire a crazy shrimp gun (no joke).
We really wanted this headline to only be about the amazing "Suicide Squad" cast DC assembled...but then, out of the depths of Japanese television, an incredible vision appeared. If you've never seen shrimp fired out of a gun at high speeds and fried mid-air, today's show is worth a watch.
The Pantelligent frying pan on Kickstarter is way smarter than an average pan. It monitors temperature and knows when your food is done.