The Newton's Cradle Fridge Magnet takes the familiar desk toy and sticks it on the refrigerator door. When the constant clacking becomes too much, any other stationary ferrous surface will do.
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Shoes that look like a classic car? Georgia Tech industrial design students fashion a pair of high-tech shoes for their peer, Miss Georgia, inspired by the school's Ford mascot.
The Web giant takes viewers inside all 12 of Brazil's World Cup stadiums, while also ramping up transit data in the tournament's host cities.
A bevy of foods with tie-ins to movies, comic books, and video games, from Spider-Man crackers to Hulk juice, get eaten and critiqued by an experienced geek.
Details remain slim, but Nissan has released a teaser photo of the next generation Juke, which it promises to unveil in Geneva next week.
Google has released a YouTube app specifically built to be safe for kids to browse and watch all on their own.
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This robot has a unique set of skills. That set of skills is not like Liam Neeson's in "Taken," though; thanks to AI, this particular robot learns how to cook by watching humans create culinary delights on YouTube.
The JetChill system hooks up to a CO2 tank to create dry ice that collects in special drinkware. Designed for the service industry, the device adds flair to cocktails as the dry ice sublimates.