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Every Monday-Wednesday afternoon, Ashley Esqueda and Jeff Cannata deliver future tech news and then deep dive into their favorite topics on Thursday.
Sony's flagship e-reader, the Daily Edition PRS-950, is a capable, well-designed e-reader that offers both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity--but at $300, it's too expensive.
Student Pieter Smakman came up with the Curatio scanner after realizing it's tricky getting accurate scans of hands for things like custom wrist braces, medical casts and more.
Engineering student creates a DIY scanner aimed at making better 3D images of our hands, and a designer collaborates on a project combining pottery, sound waves and 3D printing.
Commentary: The Internet is in a tizzy over a Greek carving from 100 B.C. that resembles an open laptop, and CNET writer Amanda Kooser wants to believe.
Epic announces an upcoming virtual-reality component for its Unreal Editor, and a team at Wuhan University shows off its real-time adaptive camouflage system.
Who wants to design games for VR on a plain old 2D monitor when you can strap a VR headset on and create virtual worlds interactively? Not us!
We sit down with Matthew Arevalo to talk all things Loot Crate, including the company's expansion into more niche subscription boxes for gamers, anime fans and even your pets.
Jeff and Ashley deep dive into underground cargo tunnels, exoskeletons, and cultured meat. Also, they sit down with Loot Crate co-founder Matthew Arevalo, then test out the futuristic Altwork station.
We're torn on the issue of manmade meats. On one hand, sustainability is a huge problem facing future generations. On the other hand...would *you* eat a meatball made by science?