Regardless of where you stand in the pancakes vs. waffles war, you can't deny the PancakeBot is a neat gadget. Trace out designs, cartoons or whatever else you can think of, and this little machine will help you make it a buttermilk reality.
Like a strange dream that won't be forgotten, David Lynch solves his contract beef with Showtime and returns to the weird and wonderful "Twin Peaks" fold.
Researchers from three different labs have created FlexSense, a surface with embedded sensors that makes for some pretty incredible applications. We don't know when this concept might show up in commercial products, but we're already looking forward to it; don't miss the demo on today's show.
King makes 180 game titles but only one that really matters. The soon-to-be public company will need its big hit to avoid the rise-and-fall fate of social games.
As the stable version of Firefox gets additional social features, the lesser-used Beta finally gets a Windows 8 touch screen-friendly interface and Firefox for Android updates, too.
Web and iOS app Connu curates short stories from up-and-coming authors, with recommendations from some of today's best-selling writers.
The museum's new online 3D viewer lets you examine such objects as the life mask of Abraham Lincoln, the Wright brothers' first plane, and Amelia Earhart's flight suit.
CEO Dick Costolo recognizes the malady: Twitter remains "confusing and opaque" for newbies. If it's going to grow into a long-term success story, Twitter needs to truly open up to the masses.
The top five gadgets ahead of their time; Googlicious, where everything Google is delicious; and a $6,000 leather-clad Android smartphone.
Russian oligarchs can now display their wealth and use Android apps at the same time with the £2,000, 24ct gold HTC One.