The i8 not only is futuristic under the skin, with three motors at its disposal, it looks like a vehicle from tomorrow on the outside.
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.
Visitors to "Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination" can get a close-up look at dozens of actual models, props, and costumes from the six films.
The "Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination" exhibit allows fans of the hit films a close-up look at dozens of original models and props.
From an Apple 1 signed by Woz to a 20th anniversary Mac, this collection traces the company's early pre-iOS creations.
The technocurious now can peruse the inner workings of Adobe's first version of the famed image-editing software, written in Pascal and assembly code and released in 1990.
The Neurotiq headpiece combines knitting, 3D printing and electroencephalography to display your brain activity as an array of LED hues.
Sure, almost nobody can afford a $4,490 lens. But the German lensmaker's newest top-drawer Otus line keeps the pressure on competitors by showing what's possible.
A crazy-accurate Darth Vader costume replica from Anovos will take your wallet to the Dark Side, but you'll look like you just stepped out of a "Star Wars" movie.
HD has been around for 15-odd years, and during that time TV makers have introduced numerous technologies and extras to entice you to buy a new one. Here are our least favorite.