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On today's show, we discuss a futuristic home robot with swappable peripherals, a Parisian restaurant using wearables, tablets and phones to organize its kitchen and one university's quest to teach a computer magic tricks.
"Patin" is a robot with a socket that allows you to swap out peripherals, and creator Flower Robotics plans to release an Android SDK for developers, unleashing an infinite number of possibilities for potential accessories. Our robot future is on the horizon...
Kovert designer jewellery adds a dash of high fashion to high technology, showing wearable technology can be stylish as well as smart.
Available for preorder tomorrow, the toolmaker's 3D Idea Builder goes on sale at Home Depot and Amazon in November.
'Batman v. Superman' director Zack Snyder tweeted out the first official Batmobile photo from the set; lots of people are upset about what looks like a machine gun up front, but Khail has some great theories as to why...
On today's show, we discuss Intel's new connected wheelchair (which got a seal of approval from none other than Stephen Hawking), the official new Batmobile, and a crazy new Rube Goldberg-esque contraption that uses light and heat.
The city's Castro Theatre, known as much for its colorful organ concerts as its quirky film offerings, will house a massive $700,000 pipe-digital hybrid featuring a sample library used in the film industry.
AT&T installed a 130-foot interactive LED "fan experience board" in its namesake sports arena in Dallas.
On today's show, we discuss Google killing its secret barge plans, exosuits helping shipbuilders lift heavy parts, and an odd couture headpiece that tracks brain activity.
After hearing Google shut down their secret barges, Ashley and Rich reminisce on other projects Google has killed off. Also, they discuss a curious piece of couture that claims to change color based on brain activity (Rich says it looks like a fancy swim cap).