An earlier version of the story incorrectly stated the price of the Kilo. It costs $399.
Crave explores Kilo, one of the first mass-produced glow-in-the-dark bicycles to hit the pavement.
Researchers at Virginia Tech have developed a working sugar-powered fuel cell with energy density greater than that of current lithium-ion batteries.
Magically transform your iPhone into a rear bike light and flash traffic in the dark with the Monocle holder and app.
FaceBook brings their own Smart Lists and you might not care about Google+ anymore. The U.S. Department of Justice launches a criminal investigation against eBay and their dealings with Craigslist.org. Plus, we experience a radio dramatization of Return of the Jedi, since the Star Wars Blu-Ray is coming and Brian can't wait!
We're very happy to welcome you to our 1024th episode, which as we know means we will no longer to count the shows in binary on two hands. But that's OK. We will still be doing shows. Because we have more hands. And our eleven-finer listeners can still count on two hands. We also have a date for Windows 7. He's nice. They'll like him.
We're very happy to welcome you to our 1,024th episode, which as we know means we will no longer to count the shows in binary on two hands. But that's OK. We will still be doing shows.
Enter our latest competition and this mini-computing marvel, worth £300, could be yours -- courtesy of tiny pen-wielding catalogue maker Argos.
Two professors at the University of California, San Francisco say the TSA's body scanners do not detect large, irregularly shaped objects because they could be confused with normal anatomy.
While the new Facebook movie has been criticized in the tech world for being an inaccurate fairy tale and a portrayal of a friendless freak, it shows Mark Zuckerberg being let down by friends--not the other way around.