A Verizon executive says the company has the legal right to repackage Disney's ESPN sports channel as part of its new initiative to offer consumers programming at reduced prices.
This week on Crave we grow 3D-printed objects out of a pool of resin with the Carbon3D Printer and find out whether robots good at applying makeup on humans, and admire LED Smart Shoes that your friends can program to your dance moves.
Throw all the conventional 3D-printing processes out the window, because Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) may be the future of 3D printing.
Carbon3D shows off a fascinating liquid-resin process that bypasses the typical layering approach of 3D printing.
A 3D-printed violin is just one of a suite of instruments designed to provide a collaborative experience exploring our relationship with sound.
Every UK child within a certain age bracket will be handed a BBC Micro Bit. The makers of the microcomputer hope it will inspire the next generation of programmers for the Internet of Things.
3D Systems' $500 stylus gives you haptic feedback as you sculpt 3D objects from clay or play an interactive game like Jenga.
"Terminator: Genisys" is out, and so, soon, will be a life-size Terminator T-800 endoskeleton bust. Because nothing says shabby Skynet chic like a killer robot on the fireplace mantle.
In more than half the states, drivers are allowed to show proof of car insurance electronically. One driver, allegedly pulled over for playing "F--- Tha Police," says the cop who stopped him didn't know the law.
Researchers at the European Space Agency harness the natural lensing properties of cosmic gravity to get a closer look at a black hole.