Google will stop selling the initial version of its connected eyewear, but that doesn't mean it's dead. Also, Nintendo's New 3DS is coming to the US, and Facebook goes to work. All that and more in this look back at the week in tech.
Sonim brought in a Muay Thai mixed martial artist up-and-comer to help sell an ultradurable cell phone.
Science geek worlds collide as Bill Nye the Science guy put astrophysics hero Neil deGrases Tyson in an arm lock that would make Hulk Hogan proud.
Steve Wozniak has been on TV numerous times, and he's branching out into video games now too.
Warranty outfit SquareTrade abuses the two top phones and records the carnage.
Nokia sets out to prove the toughness of the Lumia 900's screen with a hammer, a two-by-four, and some nails.
Anonymous is suspected of posting personal information, including the Social Security number, of mixed-martial artist honcho Dana White after he made comments supportive of SOPA and critical of Anonymous.
Just days after its Japanese debut, Sony has announced the entire game launch lineup for the U.S. PlayStation Vita.
Amanda Lucas, daughter of the "Star Wars" creator, improves her Mixed Martial Arts record to 2-1 with an aggressive defeat of her Japanese opponent. Will the force be with her to be a major MMA star?
Online music service Pandora has disclosed in a government filing that a grand jury has subpoenaed the company for a case involving mobile apps, though the company is not a specific target.