Valve engineer Ben Krasnow has built alternative gaming controllers that are manipulated by the player's tongue and body weight.
Longtime P2P fan Chuck D and Public Enemy give fans a new song and offer a remix contest, delivered via BitTorrent's new Bundle technology.
Scientists have been able to successfully create a new eye on a tadpole, through which it appears to be able to see in spite of the absence of an optic nerve.
These seats vibrate in sync with explosions on the big screen. Feel the explosions in your, er, butt, and gunshots up your spine.
It's all about efficiency with Avego. The ride-sharing proponent is growing its suite of carpooling apps, and released a casual carpooling app that can help coordinate rides with friends on the fly.
Google's buying Motorola's phone division, it announced today. But what does it mean? Aggressive Apple-proofing is a theme as we look to your reaction.
As the Google campuses proved long ago, employee productivity depends largely on comfort and morale, and while I've given up on begging human resources at CNET to hire an in-house chef, maybe they'll front the bill for a set of USB sofas.
Jeff is back to prove that father truly does not know best, but we're happy to welcome him back to the show. The OG crew is finally back together, so we get right back into the mix.
I'm going under, going under, and I can't turn round!
Bar owner Rufus Terrill has enlisted a rather odd-looking security guard to chase away prostitutes and drug dealers milling about his Atlanta tavern: an R2-D2-like robot called the "Bum Bot 2000."