This uber-dryer may have a hokey name, but it sounds awesome.
Cybernetic Venus flytrap anyone? MIT researchers create plants that are part machine, all awesome, and could one day even be turned into living gas detectors.
The SRH1440 headphones are comfortable and ruggedly built with highly detailed sound that will surely thrill audiophiles.
It's a water balloon crowdfunding blowout with an amazing device that fills 100 water balloons in a minute, and a robot copes with a broken leg.
A surround-sound chair that Dr. Evil would lust after
What's the catch? You have to download five apps first. Don't worry: they're also free.
Graphic designer Michael Tyznik's incredibly detailed rail transit maps of Westeros and the rest of the Known World from "Game of Thrones" could be on your wall.
The Doctor Who pop-up shop in Newtown, Sydney, has closed its blue doors — but Aussie Whovians can now get their merch fix online.
It's Valentine's Day, everyone, so we've got a special edition of Computer Love with special guest Dr. Wendy Walsh dishing out the love 2.0 advice. Also, in the tech news, the worst-kept secret in the tech world is unveiled in Barcelona: the PlayStation Phone. Plus, 10-inch tablets creep out of the woodwork to take on the iPad -- finally -- and will an iPhone Nano make an appearance? --Molly
We're looking ahead to Facebook's F8 conference, where we're expecting all new buttons, tons of data porn, and ever more personalized advertising. Google is also looking ahead to Facebook's F8 conference, by opening Google+ to everyone and making hangouts even more awesome. Plus, we imagine a world in which AT&T's ongoing efforts to push through the T-Mobile acquisition could actually result in increased competition and a smaller, less terrifying incarnation of AT&T itself. And then we crack ourselves up. Also, yeah, Fordo's still going.