Before there were emojis, emoticons were all the rage.
Hiroshima-based Molten Corp is hoping to assist the elderly and the injured with its new Leios mattress, which helps reduce bedsores and promotes better blood circulation during sleep.
Subaru announces a new concept for the Geneva auto show using the XV concept name, a likely precursor to a new generation of its popular XV small SUV, while also showing an XV Special Edition at the Chicago auto show.
We take a closer look at our favorite Tomorrow Daily stories of the week, and welcome Nerdist's own Jessica Chobot for a segment full of Japanese candy tests.
Ashley and Jeff discuss bionic cats, firefighting drones and 8-player NES games. Also, Jessica Chobot from "Nerdist News" joins us to try out Japanese candy.
MJI Robotics has almost completed its More Joyful Innovation Communication Robot, an egg-shaped cyber companion with a 5-inch screen, built-in cameras and telephone functionality.
The Digno Rafre, a new offering from Kyocera, is designed to be washed with foamy soap and hot water, addressing concerns over phones being hotbeds of bacteria.
There is a new Honda NSX on its way, but before we get our hands on it, lets look back at what made this car such a favourite amongst real and virtual drivers the world over.
Nissan's small car concept, unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, has customizable exterior screens and an interior projector system that makes the car a blank canvas for Millenials.
Ashley discusses Microsoft Research's newest innovation aimed at animators, Dollfie dolls with custom-made robot insides and an artistic concept that turns two cheap plastic bags into a more stylish tote.