The awesome zapping power of a laser cutter is harnessed to dispose of an invading space army in fiery style.
The Chinese-made taptic engine, which mimics the sensation of being tapped on the wrist, proved to be defective so Apple switched to a different supplier, according to The Wall Street Journal.
These custom Lego minifigs are for adults only. Citizen Brick's Center for the Performing Arts involves chest hair, cash and a pole.
The microblogging site inadvertently releases its first-quarter financials after posting on its own investor relations Web page. Shares fell after sales missed estimates and Twitter lowered its full-year guidance.
The company, which two years ago testified to the US Senate that it's not a tax dodger, is facing an European Commission investigation into whether tax breaks from Ireland were illegal state aid.
Quiksilver Japan's new suit has a bit of a superspy aura about it: it's made of neoprene and other water-resistant materials, enabling its wearer to catch some waves at the nearest beach, and then jet to a business meeting (or a black tie affair) without changing clothes.
3D printers take another consumer-friendly step forward with the MOD-t, an affordable device raising funds on Indiegogo.
By making the app store for its own OS available nearly everywhere, the electronics giant may be trying to tempt more developers into creating apps for the platform.
Following a backlash, Valve says anyone who paid for a "mod," or modification, to Skyrim over the last few weeks will receive a full refund.
In the wake of a US government report on climate change this week, an interactive site shows what your homestead could look like in the worst case scenario.