Meet the Nike Flyease, a new line of footwear built for athletes who struggle with standard athletic shoes, and Matthew Walzer, the teenager who helped bring the shoe to life.
This book can decide if you're judging it before you've checked out its contents. There's a face-tracking camera onboard and a screen embedded into the cover for potential readers to see their faces get approved or denied, depending on expression.
On today's show, we get warm and fuzzy about a low-cost prosthetic helping a teen play guitar, see gamers race down a VR hill against an athlete speeding down the real thing, watch one particular book tell if you're judging it by its cover, and enjoy a drone made to look like the Millennium Falcon.
CNET's Dan Graziano gives you a first look at Garmin's first smartwatch.
This mouthguard lights up if you get hit and helps you decide when to get medical treatment.
Fans apparently want to hear their athletes without the interference of journalists, and the now retired Yankee is giving it to them with a site called the Players' Tribune.
A new study claims that naughty behavior like fraud, cheating and lying could be predicted and reinforced by a rise in hormones such as testosterone and cortisol.
These concept sport outfits use wearable tech that puts flexible LED adverts and even live stats on your favourite player's chest.
A Miami Dolphins player is suspended for a negative Twitter reaction. But he wasn't alone in expressing his disapproval.
Technically Incorrect: A man opines that Wimbledon champion Serena Williams looks like a man. The Harry Potter author decides to sock him. And tens of thousands approve.