Go beyond plastics with the Discov3ry Extruder, a paste extruder on Kickstarter that turns a regular 3D printer into a Nutella printer.
Samuel Johnson at the University of St. Thomas developed conductive Play-Doh for building simple circuits and engaging kids in basic concepts like electricity.
The Viante Pasta Extruder brightens up old-timey classics. The countertop appliance can help prepare up to 14 types of pasta.
The classic table-tennis ball gets a high-tech makeover with a new design and 3D printing to make it happen.
Both Samsung and LG are selling smartphones with arched displays. CNET pits these two handsets against each other to decide which one bows better.
Apple's addition of a fingerprint reader in its latest smartphone, the iPhone 5S, is part of its strategy to double down on device security.
Forget the classic science fair display board, GE's #6SecondScience fair uses Vine to explain concepts like electromagnetism and frog anatomy.
From a Play-Doh 3D printer to speakers for hamsters, tech companies pull out the tall tales in honor of April Fools' 2013.
Search the Web by smell, Maps gets a pirate-themed overhaul, and Twitter starts charging for vowels, in our April Fools' roundup.
This year's batch of springtime hijinks from the greater tech community includes the usual onslaught from Google, along with notable entrants from Nokia, Twitter, and even Wolfram Alpha.