The Seattle-based design firm Artefact has reimagined the lowly printer, coming up with a concept that Apple-loving gadget freaks might appreciate.
A man who is on Utica, N.Y., police's 10 most wanted list, allegedly dares police on Facebook to come catch him. He even posts video of himself walking into a police station. Somehow, the police cannot resist the challenge.
Toshiba announced the 19LV612U LCD/DVD combo, featuring a kitchen-friendly stainless-steel finish and a built-in DVD player.
Luis Rodriguez, whose picture is featured on the Huntingdon Beach police Facebook page, seems rather proud of the fact -- which is a pity, because police want him on charges of vandalism.
"Breaking Bad" play set from Citizen Brick is crafted from more than 500 pieces, including a Walter White minifig and a complete meth lab. As you may have guessed, this isn't an official Lego release.
No. 2 pick Victor Oladipo of Indiana University decides to give Google Glass some street credibility.
Design firm Artefact comes up with a new concept piece: a Pilates shirt that monitors muscle movement, prompts you to correct your body position, and "doesn't look like a computer you're wearing."
Taunting the police on Facebook has limited benefits -- as one wanted man in the U.K. discovers when it takes police just 12 hours to catch up with him. They leave him a taunting message on Facebook in return.
A survey by Glassdoor suggests a perhaps surprising name that allegedly pays its software engineers most. Still, Google's engineers are paid more than Apple's.