With the rise in prominence of "e-cigs," electronic cannabis may not be too far behind. A Dutch company claims it's created the first legal e-joint.
A Seattle restaurant, the latest to ban Google Glass, tells those who insist on wearing the high-tech specs to "just shut up and get out."
In a video that is as educational as it is amusing, a man cases an Illinois pizza joint, smashes the glass, but the iPad simply won't budge.
The bot is an experimental rehabilitation tool that uses electrodes to calculate the ankle's stiffness in various directions.
Verizon confirms that the two sides are going their separate ways, although they will continue to sell each other services in areas where Verizon's landline business doesn't operate.
The Finnish handset maker will pay about $2.2 billion for the half of Nokia Siemens Networks that it doesn't already own.
The state-run China Electronics will own 92 percent of the joint venture, which will produce LCDs for a wide array of electronics.
The latest volley in the flying-food fight involves a sushi chain testing out flying quadcopter delivery of its new rice burgers to customers' tables.
The company wouldn't name names about its conversation partner, though rumor has it BlackBerry has spoken with Lenovo in the past.
Multibillion-dollar program to develop "the most affordable, lethal, supportable, and survivable aircraft ever to be used" hits some turbulence after a crack is discovered in an engine turbine blade.