Crushworthy tech, science, and culture
Forget shuffleboard and bring on the skydiving simulator. Crave's Michael Franco stows away on Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas high-tech cruise liner, where robots sail alongside passengers.
Creating great coffee beverages is definitely an art form but it's just as much a science, and all methods are not created equal.
This officially licensed custom-built 1963 Batmobile can be yours for a mere $90,000. But as with all cars, you should take a close look before flashing the cash.
If luggage was featured in "Blade Runner," it would probably look like the Trunkster, a zipperless suitcase with a sliding door.
French photographer Sacha Goldberger's Super Flemish series contains incredible portraits of Marvel, DC and "Star Wars" characters looking like they're in 17th century Europe.
Biotech startup Suneris has developed a plant-based polymer it says functions like "Lego building blocks for the body," drastically reducing the amount of time it takes to stop a wound from bleeding.
Researchers at Princeton University have developed a 3D printer that can print LEDs in layers -- and it could one day print contact lenses that incorporate heads-up displays.
Gorilla Glass keeps your phone safe, but will it crack under the pressure when the Mythbusters bring out their hammers and air cannons?
NASA's Dawn Mission got a good look at Vesta, one of the biggest asteroids in our solar system, generating cool maps and unusual images along the way.
Who needs a whole DeLorean? The flux capacitor is the most important part, anyway. Get your own and get time traveling.