Learn how to make your own motion-activated light for Halloween decorating.
Super Guzzilla is a 33,000-pound robot, so we had to look into claims its manufacturer was allowing festivalgoers the opportunity to pilot it. Fortunately, it looks like nobody will be causing chaos with the big metal machine, as the "pilot" software happens entirely in VR.
Step aside, puny human. Miss Flufferboots has her own Instagram account thanks to a fun publicity stunt by Whiskas Australia.
In this week's episode of The Fix, we show you how to make your own motion-activated light for Halloween decorating, how to create a festive party atmosphere using Phillip Hue lights and your smartphone, and how to carve a pumpkin using free online templates.
The Wave gesture-recognition feature remains disabled, but the Nest Protect 2.0 software will help mitigate certain false alarms, and introduces some useful new features in the app.
Today's smart devices can light up your home or watch out for intruders -- but what happens when you get creative?
Due early next month, the remote control will help Xbox One owners control their Blu-ray discs, streaming video, and more.
Turn yourself into a high-tech Harry Potter with the Technomancer digital spell-casting hoodie.
Messing around with Black & Decker's intuitive, easy-to-use driver is a delight, especially since it looks like a sci-fi prop.
A concept dog bone uses the sound of your voice and your smell to ease the mind and spirit of dogs with separation anxiety.