At CES 2014, the boutique keyboard maker unveils a new model aimed at those who want a split design for ergonomic reasons.
See Lego artist Paul Hetherington's amazingly detailed 30,000-piece Joker's Funhouse, which won Best of Show at BrickCon 2013.
ID Quantique is using photons to boost security for both the public and private sectors.
Artist Pedro Reyes has built a self-playing orchestra out of weapons seized from Mexican drug cartels.
A month after Human Rights Watch launched its "Campaign to Stop Killer Robots," a United Nations special rapporteur calls for a moratorium on robots that can kill without human control.
This week's prize comes in two parts, one hardware and one software. Is it your computer's lucky week?
The new H2 watch from the Hydromechanical Horologists uses a unique bellows to pump liquid around the dial to indicate hours.
To cries of "Yay! Physics!" Columbia University Professor Emlyn Hughes creates performance art, in order to, allegedly, clear students' brains of "garbage."
CES may be TVs, laptops, and mobile phones galore, but this week, the giant Consumer Electronics Show is also home to Titanoboa, a wonderful art and science project.
The CarMD Vehicle Health System turns up very limited data compared with the cost of the device, and it offers few real features.