The most consumer-friendly 3D printer just got easier to use.
3D Systems has some useful ideas in its Cube 3D printer, but it sacrifices too many features in the name of accessibility.
Cubicle dwellers: Artists from Seattle have super-sized the early 1980s puzzle and you can play it right from the comfort of your desk.
The Microplane Cube Grater features three different grating surfaces. The kitchen accessory stores inside the catch cup.
This particular Borg cube wants to assimilate your beverages and food to keep them at optimum temperatures for consumption.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the iconic puzzle, Google is hosting an interactive virtual version on its homepage.
A Japanese creative agency applies "cutting-edge" technology to chunks of ice to create multidimensional mini sculptures best enjoyed over -- or in -- a cocktail.
CubeStormer 3 solves a Rubik's Cube in 3.253 seconds, beating its own robot predecessor CubeStormer 2.
Cubli is a cube-shaped robot that can jump up, balance on a single corner, and "walk" itself across a desk, all using off-the-shelf parts.
Trapped in carbonite? Been there, done that. The Nokia Asha 503 looks like a phone suspended in ice. And that's a good thing.