Ashley and Khail talk about a new short-term experience in London featuring alcoholic mist you can inhale, a first-of-its-kind electric wheelchair built using Segway guts and a vertigo-inducing hotel room only for the adventurous at heart. #TDBreathe
A design studio in London is launching a six-month installation featuring a cube filled with humidified liquor at the end of July. Even though you can only stay inside long enough to get a little tipsy, we can already hear your liver thanking you.
Saucey expands beyond California roots as Silicon Valley-backed startups try bringing the liquor store to you.
On one hand, we love the idea of a Keurig-esque machine to make all those specialty cocktails our friends want when they come over. On the other hand, we're not sure if a machine will ever match the power of a good bartender.
Khail and Ashley discuss how often they would use a Keurig-esque mixed drink dispenser, how former NASA engineering interns might get an aircraft on Mars and a lamp that would (theoretically) make money for you. #TDMakeMe
Fifty-eight percent of people say that if they had to forgo alcohol or mobile Internet access for one week, they would become temporary teetotalers.
The automaker will use the suit as part of its new-driver education program, in the hopes that motorists will think twice before making a bad decision.
Technically Incorrect: Drinkeasy claims to be the first text-based liquor store. Is this too much convenience?
The distinctive green comet is releasing a large amount of alcohol into space, although probably not anything you'd actually want to drink.
Technically Incorrect: The world-famous singer says that she can't risk offending her 24 million followers, so she has her tweets cleared by others before they go live.