Ballantine's, a whisky maker based in Scotland, believes that someday, we're going to want to enjoy a drink while cruising in suborbital space. That's why it's developing a fancy cup that can be used in microgravity. Bottoms up!
Ashley and Khail check out a whisky cup designed to be used in microgravity, a vomiting robot used to study the spread of a particularly widespread virus and a compass created to help visually impaired people navigate. #TDCocktail
This glowing LED bar pairs with a phone to help you mix the perfect drink, and it wants to win your heart on Kickstarter. Hit play to check it out.
With a new update, Google Search is now your own personal bartender. Go ahead, ask it how to make a martini, Moscow mule or any other alcoholic drink.
A girl from UNCLE steals the show as double agents meet the high life in a slick but superficial superspy romp. Here's our spoiler-free review.
The Bartesian takes the concept of a capsule drink-maker and applies it to cocktails for a perfect mix, every time.
Somabar's automated craft-cocktail appliance on Kickstarter wants to put a robo-bartender in every home.
The B4RM4N is a smart cocktail shaker and app combo that incorporates sensors so that you mix a perfect cocktail, every time.
The Covert Aeronautical Cocktail Shaker features a slick Art Deco design and moving propellers. The drink accessory has a 24-ounce capacity.
Technically Incorrect: A UK bar is reportedly fined about 100,000 pounds ($155,000) for serving a woman a very unsafe science-based drink in 2012.