Uber is facing a backlash over its "free ice cream" promotion after Australian customers complained of being repeatedly hit with hidden fees.
The Zoku Ice Cream Bowl consists of a stainless steel bowl and an colorful exterior sleeve. When ingredients are poured in, the prechilled bowl freezes them into a ready-to-eat sweet treat.
Ashley and Rich discuss why Microsoft should (or shouldn't) shutter their original content productions, and ask you what flavor/shape combo you would choose if you could order 3D-printed ice cream.
On today's show, Ashley and Rich discuss Microsoft's new strategy, the ice cream 3D printer, and a guy building an Alien costume with unusual materials. Also, Timberman, a beautifully animated Futurama intro, and your thoughts on United Weapons Master combat.
Watch out, ice cream trucks. Three MIT students have built the world's first 3D printer that prints out sweet, delicious ice cream.
The Nostalgia Electrics '50s-Style Double Ice Cream Maker can make two pints of ice cream at a time. Mix-ins can be added as desired through a funnel spout.
Residents of the Swedish town of Eslov complain about the cheery jingles emitted by an approaching ice cream truck. So silence and text messages are the answer.
Food inventor Charles Francis uses synthesized jellyfish protein to create glowing ice cream that costs more than $200 a scoop.
San Francisco business serves up made-to-order ice cream with a machine -- developed by the shop owner -- that runs on liquid nitrogen and uses fresh ingredients without the stabilizing ingredients found in pre-made products.
"Fresh" isn't usually a word you hear when it comes to ice cream. But technology is changing the way this good old-fashioned treat can be made. Instead of having dozens of vats of frozen premade flavors, one San Francisco ice cream parlor whips up your order while you wait. Sumi Das shows us the special machine and technique that turns the ingredients from liquid to an ice cream scoop in about a minute.