Technically Incorrect: In China, cars roll up to a junction, lift off the ground and spin bizarrely. A weird magnetic field? Or something more prosaic?
Technically Incorrect: As people rushed to get electronics, little seemed to have changed from previous years. There was pandemonium, and there were fights.
Jeff discusses a robot that makes unique prank calls, a special graphene paper that can transform when exposed to infrared heat and a world record broken by a cute Chinese robot.
The robotic melodies from the Prankophone are likely to confuse anyone on the other end of the line, but because the tone the device creates is unique to the particular number it dials, getting a call from this contraption would be kind of special (and annoying).
What happens when a stuffed rat glued to a piece of pizza rolls around the streets of New York? Watch and see in a new YouTube video from PrankvsPrank.
An animatronic T-rex and Velociraptor scare "Jurassic World" actor Chris Pratt in an epic prank by YouTubers SA Wardega. Now we know who not to call when robotic dinosaurs attack.
See the look on consumers' faces when a faux Lenovo employee snaps a competing laptop in two right in front of them and then tries to pass off the blame.
Author and television writer James A. Goodman sits down with the Tomorrow Daily team to talk about his latest novel, a detailed autobiography of one of Starfleet's most notorious captains, James T. Kirk.
A CEO flying in the air around the Statue of Liberty, and it's not Iron Man? This rig from JetPack Aviation could be coming to market soonish.
Some tweets deserve to live forever. A new service translates your best Twitter compositions into characters from thousands of years ago to be preserved on tablets. Not the iPad kind, the clay kind.