Scientists develop a super-thin material that can reflect any color with just the slightest tug. Looks like the son of hypercolor has arrived.
A new serpentine jacket from clothing design studio The Unseen is embedded with colour-changing inks that react to your brain activity.
At Toy Fair 2015, CNET's Bridget Carey tracks down new high-tech toys. Kids can train robot dino pets, race cars with a mind of their own, bring coloring books to life and don headgear to learn how to use the Force.
Form virtual pottery throwing to music making, these Android apps do wonders to get you out of your mental rut and try something new.
Following images of DC Comics heroes Superman and Wonder Woman, we get our first peek at Jason Momoa as the King of Atlantis ahead of 2016's much-anticipated film.
"Reservoir Dogs," "Seven," "The Exorcist," and other disturbing movies get a kid-friendly restyling thanks to artist Todd Spence, who wants to swap screams with smiles.
As if to prove that they are the two hippest, down-with-the-peeps ex-presidents around, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton enjoy a little mutual socially networked ribbing.
Artist Marissa Garner designs window art featuring superheroes, robots and comic book villains. "I would go to this church," fans say.
Could a 61-page children's book unlock clues about Amazon's plans for its mysterious launch event? Jessica Dolcourt read it to find out.
These toys, worthy of the Elder Gods, were inspired by tales from the horror legend H.P. Lovecraft and are available through Kickstarter until Wednesday morning.