Sharon Vaknin, Donald Bell, and Eric Franklin tackle DIY projects and tech makeovers.
Crave likes to keep its readers busy -- and thus more or less well behaved. Artist Andrew Myers gives us a hand, and a good turn or two.
A combination of motion tracking and projection mapping creates animated "makeup" on the face of a moving model.
One man's quest to crowdfund a potato salad has turned into a tidal wave of food-related Kickstarter campaigns with low funding goals. Bacon cupcakes, anyone?
How close are we to virtual-reality entertainment? Based on what I saw at E3, much closer than you might think.
Last year Kiera Wilmot was busted for simulating a volcano with toilet cleaner and foil. Her record still lists felony arrest.
The Russian president, currently waging emotional warfare against Western influence, insists the Internet didn't merely begin as a CIA project, it allegedly continues to develop as one.
The company wants a base "gray phone" model of its Project Ara modular smartphone available by early next year.
Echoing some people's disappointment with Oculus, a game called Terribands reassures those who might worry it will sell out for a fortune. On the other hand, it also admits it's "a terrible game with a terrible name."
Thanks to PlayStation Move, the newly minted virtual reality titan is pushing the boundaries of body tracking, but with a proprietary catch putting it at odds with Oculus.
Sony's virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 4 looks amazing, but it's hoping to succeed where many others have tried and failed. For Project Morpheus, it may be a long, hard road to success.