Logitech's Pure-Fi Dream is one of the stronger entries in the crowded iPod clock radio category.
The $35 Chromecast seemed like the perfect alternative to expensive hotel pay-per-view. Unfortunately, the hotel's Wi-Fi didn't cooperate.
This futuristic data-transfer system sees an LED bulb flickering millions of times per second, transferring data using light instead of radio waves. We explain how in this video
Pure LiFi's system sends data wirelessly using light rather than radio waves, with a 'Li-Flame' prototype that knows which light source it's supposed to be receiving data from.
Today's double-feature episode features stories about a tiny mirror accessory that turns your iPhone into a creepshots factory, cell service coming to MTA subways in New York, a crowdsourced dream database app, and an interview with Jim O'Heir from "Parks and Recreation"!
There's the next iPhone you want, and the one you're actually going to get. We mocked up your dream iPhone, and had industry experts weigh in on whether or not your wishes will actually become reality.
A forward-thinking entrepreneur attempts to Kickstart a potato-salad-making session and ends up blowing away his $10 funding goal.
Canada's Charles Bombardier imagines futuristic vehicles ranging from watercraft to spaceships. Not bad for a day job.
Available in Japan, the Noodle Maker is capable of making enough noodles for four people from scratch in the space of just 15 minutes.
The new Lowe's Holoroom lets you try home upgrades virtually before you buy them.