Don't blame the Brik Case if your productivity drops because you can't stop building structures, signs and "Star Wars" Lego battles on the top of your laptop.
Now kids can create personalized games using an iPad and a hackable computer in the shape of a bouncy ball.
This week on Crave we get to play with the Hackaball at the playround, find out what it would be like if Wes Anderson directed an X-Men movie and get a first look at the lava lamp of the future. It's psychedelic, man! All that and more on the Crave show.
Imagine being able to unfurl a specially designed set of foam mats and take a ride down your stairs. That's the idea behind SlideRider.
With the help of these special glasses, I can finally see more of what others see every day and feel a little less excluded.
New tools and navigation elements in Rise of the Tomb Raider allow you to stealth or go in blazing for any situation, offering a massive world that tailors itself to your play style.
Tired of people piling on poor Pluto just because they believe it's no longer a planet? Amazon's daily deal website has a shirt that will show what side you're on.
It isn't always easy for tech companies to balance social impact and making a profit. A number of companies have succeeded on both counts.
Nothing says guerrilla marketing like a cult clad in all white staring at the sky on the streets of San Diego.
The latest in the Lego Creator series is a classic Ferrari from the days of Jordache jeans, perms and Cyndi Lauper's debut.