If you miss the weird citrus-ey flavor and carb overload of Surge soda from the 1990s, you can now buy a fresh batch only through Amazon.
The QuadStick turns to Kickstarter to launch a game controller for people with limited mobility.
If you're committed to using a smartphone for your shooting, here's a few ways to get slick, smooth movement like you'd get from a crane or jib with a bigger camera.
Umoove Experience is the first game on the iTunes app store that tracks your head movement to control your movement in the game.
A new kind of jewellery uses a pico projector to create an interactive play of light across the wearer's neck.
The Motion Synth Kickstarter project wants to turn your iPhone into a gesture-controlled musical instrument.
A Chinese robotics company claims to have invented an "exoglove" that provides force feedback to let you touch and feel digital objects.
Computer graphics can turn dance, or any body motion, into gorgeous artistic patterns, as seen in this vid for CCTV.
A team of physicists has created a film that shows what a real-life "laser bullet" would look like in action. Hint: it's not like in "Star Wars."
With new Android Wear updates, you no longer need your phone to listen to music or use GPS on your smartwatch. But some restrictions apply.