The second generation of the energy-saving Nest Learning Thermostat puts this device even further ahead of the (nearly nonexistent) competition.
Google's chatbot artificial intelligence has some interesting -- and not entirely illogical -- ideas about morality, philosophy and the meaning of life.
Polarr opted not to build an app specifically for Apple's iOS software, instead going the less-traveled route of using more-universal Web technologies. That decision is now paying off with droves of downloads.
Finally, people born in 1980 have something amazing over those young'ins who came into the world in the year 2000 or on a Leap Day.
Georgia Tech creates a form of artificial intelligence that learns how to build Super Mario Bros. levels by watching gameplay videos. Because computers need lower productivity levels too.
The e-commerce giant creates a new in-house tool designed to make its customer-reviews setup more up-to-date and helpful.
An artist and a geologist team up to create a homemade volcano that produces molten lava -- in the name of art, science and being totally frickin' awesome.
A program called "MarI/0" teaches itself to play the SNES classic Super Mario World. Better that than learning mankind's weaknesses so it can take over the world.
The new $250 KitchenAid Siphon Brewer makes fantastically tasty coffee using vacuum and vapor pressure, but is tricky to operate and clean.
We learned early on in the original "Star Wars" trilogy that you should always let the Wookiee win, but we never really found out why. Here's how Han Solo learned that painful lesson firsthand.