Need a new robot in your life? Build and program your own bot with this educational kit from electronics manufacturer Parallax.
Now that America's MegaBots and Japan's Suidobashi Heavy Industries have both built giant, pilot-controlled robots, it seems obvious what has to happen next.
Using a non-invasive brain-control interface, engineer Chip Audette controlled a balloon shark by closing his eyes.
The retro idea of building an amp into a guitar gets a thoroughly modern update with the addition of an iPhone dock and a 12-hour battery.
Tiny radio-frequency identification chips attached to bees will be paired with Intel Edison boards to monitor the bees' activities and help the fight against colony collapse disorder.
From CNET Magazine: An XPrize competition aims to turn a 50-year-old science fiction concept into a powerful medical device that's accessible to all.
Scenes inspired by the highly-anticipated video game movie were released through Google's Cardboard virtual reality headset at the annual San Diego Comic-Con.
If you've ever wanted your very own mech suit, you may now be able to snap one up for just 120 million yen -- if you live in the Kanto region of Japan. Oh, and there are other caveats too.
Slicing blades, repurposed power drills and crashes aplenty -- engineers and electronics hobbyists are stepping out of their sheds with machines designed to fight, and the crowds are loving it.
Developers can prototype their devices, simulate a full release, then keep the finished products updated through an open source app store.