When a pattern of bizarre messages began piling up in my inbox, I turned to the source for answers: Google.
A talented machine lays claim to a new world record for solving a scrambled Rubik's Cube, and it's a wonder to behold.
Why build a real, expensive Death Star when this peanut butter and chocolate version is much more satisfying and less dangerous? Impress the Sith Lord in your life with this easy-to-make recipe.
Fourteen-year-old Lucas Etter used his blazing-fast hands to set the 3x3 Rubik's Cube world record in 4.9 seconds, beating the previous record set just seven months ago.
This week on Crave, you'd better wear protective eye gear to check out a miniature working Star Wars Death Star. Plus, a jeweler builds a diamond-studded golden BB-8 and Darth Trump is the most militaristic guy in the room.
A laser artist shows off his latest creation, threatening mini worlds across the universe.
This incredibly grating teddy bear plays "Happy Birthday" on repeat until either the battery dies or, more likely, the recipient destroys the bear for good.
Ashley discusses an antidrone weapon that brings down commercial drones without breaking them, research efforts to teach robots how to fall down more safely and a high-tech paper airplane kit that incorporates a VR element.
Sometimes, drones fly illegally and impede emergency response teams from doing their jobs; DroneDefender is designed to allow law enforcement to take illegal drones out of the sky safely by taking advantage of commercial drones' safety protocols.
Turns out a champion mixed martial arts fighter armed with only his bare feet and hands can do more damage to a gadget than just about anything else. Man beats machine!