Japanese retailer Sirobako is selling Blade Runner-style LED umbrellas that light up in rainbow colors. Perfect for hunting replicants.
Frightful futuristic critters and human augmentation systems get their due in an artist's studio.
It's 25 years since great Briton Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, so we wax nostalgic about the early Internet and arguing over the phone.
Fancy Xperia smartphone owners have another perk to look forward to, a fresh selection of Sony-sanctioned Android skins to play with.
While there are strong similarities between the two mecha-versus-monster tales, Guillermo del Toro's stunning visual roller-coaster goes in its own direction.
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, we discuss last night's screening of The Social Network, including Sorkin's screenplay, Reznor/Ross's score, actor performances, & our suspicions about the truthfulness of the story.
The GloSpex Kickstarter project is destined to be a darling among ravers. The specs feature one-way illumination. The lens glow outwardly, but don't shine in the wearer's eyes.
Nanosuits, powerful prosthetics, and brain-computer interfacing seemed far-fetched when the original movie hit theaters. Now, with a remake nearly three decades later, the plot is closer to reality than you may think.
How does Google Glass work for someone who has glasses? Right now, it doesn't. Here's my experience of getting contacts and changing the look of my face for tech.
Jasmine's (mostly) back from vacation, and already hates the iPhone 4. To balance out her blind rage for the as-yet unreleased device, Eric and Donald tackle Crave stories ranging from monkey-controlled robots, laser drug injection, and a Lego printer that drives ladies wild (or not). Stick around for the end, and you may just see Darth Vader's cleavage.