An ambitious robot that builds a never-ending Lego tower could hypothetically reach space if it had enough blocks and time.
Unlocked versions of the Xperia S, Xperia P, and Xperia U are available online and in retail stores.
This American can't resist the siren song of Xperia smartphones despite knowing better.
Sony plans to spend big money on its new Xperia NXT suite of smartphones. But will marketing alone be enough to give it the edge it needs to compete?
An engineering student lacking the funds for a Makerbot creates one himself with the goods he happened to have available: a box of Legos.
Move over, Mindstorms NXT; a Kickstarter campaign is gearing up to provide Raspberry Pi-powered Lego robotics.
A Lego machine built using NXT components folds sheets of paper into paper planes before sending them on their way.
Up to 7,000 bricks went into this fully automated plane factory. Too bad it's too big to bring to class.
It's not the Nexus, but Motorola's rumoured new Android phone looks like it'll run on the new Tegra 4i chipset.
The third generation of Lego's best-selling programmable robotics platform is here, and features more sensors, motors, and flexibility than ever. Plus mobile apps.