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FirstBuild Smart Pitcher

GE's newly-launched FirstBuild microfactory is already hard-at-work. First up, an auto-fill Smart Pitcher for hands-free water filling.

By August 6, 2014

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This clever pitcher fills hands-free

FirstBuild's Smart Pitcher automatically fills for a steady supply of cold, filtered water.

By August 6, 2014


Watch a Samurai sword expert slice a fastball at 101 mph

One of the latest YouTube multimillion-view delights defies the abilities of most humans.

By October 19, 2015


Amazon teams with GE, Samsung to make devices that reorder their supplies

The Seattle online retailer adds 11 partners to its Dash Replenishment Service program to create printers that can order ink and washers that can buy detergent.

By October 1, 2015


Major League Baseball bans the Apple Watch? Not quite

Technically Incorrect: The MLB reportedly told Kansas City Royals' manager Ned Yost he must not wear the Apple Watch it gave him during games. MLB now insists this isn't the case.

By August 18, 2015


I took me out to a ball game, where tech called balls and strikes

Technically Incorrect: The two-game series between the San Rafael Pacifics and the Vallejo Admirals claimed to be the first to use Pitchf/x tech to make decisions.

By July 30, 2015


Appliance Science: In search of the perfect ice cube

Our intrepid Appliance Science columnist shows you how to make the ideal ice for your summer cocktail.

By June 4, 2015


Google Glasses head to ballpark with Oakland A's pitchers

Relievers will be able to wear the high-tech specs on the field for team activities but not during games, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

By August 14, 2013


Can the Kool-Aid Man bust a brick wall and survive? Oh, yeah!

It's time to seriously address the question of how a glass pitcher full of Kool-Aid can run through a wall without suffering a horrible, delicious death.

By January 23, 2015


Fight between science and creationism continues at ESPN

Technically Incorrect: After an ESPN baseball writer tweets his creationist views, he is suspended. This week, basketball color commentator Bill Walton tries to persuade play-by-plan man Dave Pasch about science. Pasch is unimpressed.

By January 18, 2015