Panasonic's little robot takes his three rechargeable AA batteries to Hawaii to take on the Ironman course. He'll have one week to swim, bike, and run more than 140 miles combined.
Real estate site Estately has compiled data on which states stand the best chance of surviving the brain eaters. Live in Alaska and you should be OK. In Jersey, you better have a good plan B.
It's been dubbed the M8 and even the HTC One 2, but now HTC has confirmed the name of its next flagship phone.
Yurbuds Ironman series of earbuds is designed to hold up to the rigors of athletic workouts. They are guaranteed not to fall out. That's a claim worth testing.
This robot is going to take part in an Ironman triathlon, powered only by rechargeable AA batteries. Makes us feel a bit unfit.
The SpaceX founder says he will open-source his plans for a super-fast transport system.
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Robots are slowly taking over the world, and a startup in Illinois called Narrative Science is targeting journalists as the next profession to go extinct. Well, maybe just the journalists covering local youth sports and number-crunching quarterly earning reports.
Timex's new Ironman iControl watch includes a dongle that attaches to the iPod or iPhone connector, allowing users to play, pause, navigate forward and backward, and turn up the volume from their wrists.