The automaker has unveiled its "Slide" hoverboard at a custom-crafted skate park in Spain. Enjoy the video demonstration, but don't get any ideas about buying one.
Marty McFly's hoverboard antics may get all the glory, but he had a much more reliable method of transportation: a skateboard, now available as a replica.
Technically Incorrect: Claiming it was "all because I didn't want to ditch the technology everyone will be using in the next 6 months," Khalifa undergoes some physical restraint at the hands of the LAPD.
This week on Crave we are gathering whale snot with drones, reflecting on what we learned from the HitchBot murder and finally getting some details on the much-anticipated Lexus Slide maglev hoverboard. It's the Crave show, ya'll.
Like the Hendo Hoverboard, the Lexus Slide does work -- as long as you're in a custom-built skatepark with embedded magnets.
A new teaser video from the company promises you'll see the magnetic-levitation device in action next week.
A new YouTube DIY show, "Low Budget Prop Shop," shows how to build a cheap "Back to the Future II" hoverboard using stuff you have sitting around the house.
As we hurtle towards the eighth anniversary of the first iPhone going on sale, we look back at why Apple's first smartphone succeeded. Plus, there's more great tech news and your feedback.
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.
Does it really McFly? Lexus gets the world talking about hoverboards again, CNET Update explores other hoverboard technology, and we get perked up for Ripples -- a machine that prints designs on coffee.