Enlisting actor Dave Franco to his cause, Conan O'Brien tries to strut his online dating stuff. It's painful.
An amusement park in Stockholm uses a terrifying technique to frighten people on the street into paying attention to their latest attraction.
A 150-second extravaganza from Samsung shows a man trying to impress a woman with, yes, his new gadget. What follows is the stuff of Hollywood. Sort of.
A Google Glass developer with a clear vision of what Glass can be, Brandyn White sees how Glass can be a force for good with a feature that Glass doesn't even have yet.
The inventor of the Google Glass Sunshade says his motivation was to make it easier to see the Glass graphics when in sunshine. Coincidentally, it also covers up the light that tells others the glasses are in use.
You can get the look of Google Glass without dropping $1,500. You won't get any functionality either, though you may manage to make a few enemies.
A video from Infinity Augmented Reality suggests that Google Glass-type glasses will help you attract women back to your apartment, no matter how creepy you are. It's already enjoyed more than 1.5 million YouTube views.
Beef patties pumped full of hormones, fillers and preservatives? Grant Imahara visits a food-processing plant to discover what exactly goes into a McDonald's burger.
Your search for an unusual and creepy Halloween mask is over early this year. Just slap an alien with joysticks over your noggin.
Creepy marketing aside, the $299 Mother home automation kit by Sense is a really solid smart home option.