A new bicycle helmet design aims to take the awkwardness out of carrying it around when you're not under pedal power.
The San Francisco conference may well be the world's largest gathering of game developers, the place to keep an ear to the ground and to get business done.
Amazon purchased Kiva Systems back in 2012, and now, the company is putting its robot research to good use by using them in 10 of its mega-warehouses across the United States. Shipping can often be frustrating, but it's pretty neat to know a robot might help fulfill your Prime order this holiday season.
On today's show, we check out Amazon's fleet of 15,000 robot helpers, an eBay auction for a trailer containing 25 playable Xbox 360 consoles, light-painting Swiss robots creating 8-bit art, and a pizza bed Kickstarter.
With a smattering of new laptops and hybrids, a couple tablets and its first smartphone in the US, Acer fleshes out its 2015 lineup for back-to-school shoppers.
Thanks to its most successful portable Zelda game ever, the Japanese game giant led the industry in software sales last month.
Another beautiful HD upgrade of a Super Mario 64 level you can play directly in your browser (goodbye, productivity). It's only a single level, though, so we'll have to keep begging Nintendo to remaster more of its classic titles.
Emmett Shear argues that the console market's long lifecycles will have to change to keep up with the times and act more like mobile refreshes.
According to the monthly NPD report, Microsoft's Xbox console beat out the PlayStation 4 and Wii U as the top selling console for the month of April.
The Japanese game giant continues to rely on rehashes of its tried-and-true franchises, but it's working.
Sony's PlayStation Mobile experiment was supposed to bring the company's content to Android devices. But that effort never really caught on with developers and gamers alike.