Can tracking your brain waves help you during yoga, meditation, or while drinking at bars? Slip on this headband to find out.
App analyzes the sound made when you thump on a watermelon to tell you which fruit is ripe and which is better left out of your grocery cart.
Japanese hydrogel R&D firm is growing a cornucopia of plants on film instead of soil. The film prevents bacteria and viruses from harming the plants, so chemicals aren't needed, which could be useful when soil gets contaminated.
The days of old-school melon-ballers are gone: the Fruit Scoops let you quickly separate the rind from the rest of your melons.
The result? In-sink dishwashers, beer-dispensing refrigerators, and even mind-controlled microwaves.
The Nokia Lumia X concept design features a cool twisty camera -- but whether it's real or not is another matter.
Tom Merritt joins us to discuss the many ways that technology is conspiring to kill us all.
Move over, Snuggie. It's a combo of earmuffs, blindfold, and long pillow that you wrap around your head to block out noise and light and have a soft place to land.
But the luminescent flip-flops beg a question. If the wearer is walking in an area so treacherous that he or she must spot-weld high beams to the feet, why wear sandals?
Google is set to sneak out an update to Android before Honeycomb arrives, if reports from a tablet-maker are to be believed. Is ViewSonic talking out of its apps?