Full Grown is a company creating chairs, tables, lamps and frames in a most peculiar fashion: to cut down on wood waste, it's guiding trees to grow in the exact shapes it requires, making for one-of-a-kind pieces that take years to complete.
On today's show, Khail and Ashley celebrate a prototype battery that could someday change the way devices are made, explain how you can use your Xbox One to watch live TV without a cable subscription and check out a company growing chairs, tables and lamps directly from the ground. #TDTree
You'll be able to drop a compatible smartphone on your IKEA nightstand for a quick charge.
Do you cringe every time you come home with one of those flat boxes from IKEA? A new game called Höme Improvisåtion lets you relive the frustration virtually.
South Korea's largest mobile carrier SK Telecom, together with local furniture maker Hyundai Livart, has unveiled new Internet of Things-enabled household furniture.
Lamps that follow you around. Tables that bring you your dinner. They might one day be coming to a room near you.
We really got our hopes up when Lexus released a video this morning showing a hoverboard that appeared to be working on concrete. Sadly, much like other grand illusions, this hoverboard looks like it's too good to be true.
Designers at MIT's Tangible Media Group demonstrate the Transform, a bench with a 3D interface that can change its physical shape on command.
Khail and Ashley get heartbroken by a hoverboard marketing stunt from Lexus, find hope in a multicompany partnership to build hoverbikes and show you furniture that grows algae for you to eat. #TDHover
Traditionally shying away from the audio business, the South Korean electronics giant is trying to make an impact with its new wireless speakers. CNET goes deep within Samsung's research facility to see if it has what it takes.