Lucky "Guardians of the Galaxy" fans are surprised with a life-size Groot swing in the geeky Web series "Super Fan Builds."
A world of mini-skirt, fiberglass car and Paul Newman movie ads awaits you with the New York Times' Madison, a project that asks the public to dig through vintage advertising.
Slubice, Poland, now hosts a monument honoring contributors to the free online encyclopedia. If you can't go see it for yourself, you can read all about it on Wikipedia.
A crazy-accurate Darth Vader costume replica from Anovos will take your wallet to the Dark Side, but you'll look like you just stepped out of a "Star Wars" movie.
Here's a rare chance to own everything from an Enigma machine to a life-size alien statue when Christie's Out of the Ordinary auction kicks off.
This 5-foot-tall "Kawakita" Godzilla from Sideshow Collectibles could be your new roommate for a mere $3,000. Just don't expect him to do the dishes.
This disembodied robot can identify you in a crowd, mimic human emotions, and follow you around the room with its eyes. Plus, it's programmable to display any face, even your own.
Don't expect any friendly banter from Victor. Carnegie Mellon University's moody robot plays Scrabble poorly and tends to insult his human opponents.
It's inevitable...but when will it happen? The rumor roundup for Apple's next iPhone starts now.
Ivan Sentch of New Zealand has printed about three-quarters of the mold parts for his handmade Aston Martin DB4. Would you drive it?