Technically Incorrect: Citing safety concerns, the Smithsonian goes draconian on the world's latest essential gadget.
The big demo at the "Future is Here Festival" over the weekend came courtesy of a hydrogen-peroxide-powered jetpack.
The museum's new online 3D viewer lets you examine such objects as the life mask of Abraham Lincoln, the Wright brothers' first plane, and Amelia Earhart's flight suit.
There are no special effects in this video, which makes it all the more special.
A new technique for salvaging recordings from delicate antiques has allowed Thomas Edison's talking dolls to find their lost voices.
Technically Incorrect: In its rules and regulations for this year's Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple insists that the world's latest annoying gadget is verboten.
The "party game for horrible people" will use proceeds from its latest expansion pack to do something not quite so horrible.
Rocky planets that orbit a binary star system, like the fictional home of Luke Skywalker, were thought to be impossible, until now.
The upcoming Coachella and Lollapalooza music festivals have joined a growing number of events worldwide forbidding selfie sticks on the grounds.
The Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum adds an iPad app to its collection. But how do you exhibit and preserve software? Apparently, the same way you run a panda-breeding program.