Blades and fists bounce right off a homemade Batsuit built with Kevlar and foam to withstand the assault by supervillains.
Movie prop maker Tim Baker and his team forge a set of Final Fantasy kitchen knives complete with an Ultros knife block in the latest episode of the DIY webseries "Super-Fan Builds."
Commentary: A British research team has gotten the go-ahead to edit the DNA of a human embryo using breakthrough tech that could cure cancer -- or bring on a comic-book-style mutant apocalypse.
We're on the hunt for the weirdest tech at CES 2015, and Sourcefed's Trisha Hershberger is prowling the show floor and giving us the scoop. Oddities abound at CES, and this year is no different, so sit back, relax and let Tomorrow Daily fill you in on the details.
On today's show, Ashley and Khail welcome Sourcefed's Trisha Hershberger to the stage and discuss the strangest tech on the show floor: Smart mirrors, 3D-printed food, Parrot drone dances, connected forks and knives and more.
General Motors spent $10M in Facebook ad money badly and got a lousy response, I'm told by a knowledgeable-but-opinionated person. It's part of a pre-IPO backlash over Facebook's heavy reliance on ads for revenue.
From Swiss Army Knives to smartwatches, multifunction tools are all about convenience and efficiency. Here's a look at a few we crave.
The Schmidt Brothers Cutlery No. 277 Urban Block holds knives in place with magnets. The unique design allows for an impressive and fun display in the kitchen.
Road Trip 2011: In a tiny village in central Switzerland, every single official Swiss Army Knife is made using time-honored techniques--and a lot of pride. CNET got a look behind the scenes.
Rollin' Justin is an iPad-controlled humanoid that can catch two thrown balls at once. That's a neat trick, but knives would be more neat.