The Form 2 3D printer uses a powerful Blu-ray laser to slice layers of sticky resin into fully built, highly detailed objects.
Resin Pop-Tarts with Han Solo's frozen body etched into them make for a inedible but wonderfully goofy breakfast-themed toy.
The G-Steel may not be a smartwatch, but this more affordable metal G-Shock won't be obsolete in a few years and is solar powered.
No Wookiees died in the making of these clogs, but your "Star Wars"-merchandise-loving heart may still veer a little further into the Dark Side if you buy them.
A baby salamander preserved in amber presents a scientific surprise, especially since it was discovered in a place where there are no known salamanders.
The 3Dvarius, a playable 3D-printed violin based on the legendary Stradivarius, looks like a visitor from the future.
Tabletop role-playing games with sci-fi flair deserve a set of dice that match their futuristic aesthetic and stand out when the lights are low.
The consumer-electronics company has refreshed its Satellite C, L and S series clamshells as well as its Fusion and Radius touchscreen convertibles with prices starting at $395.
A 3D printer that can print "cables" of material in any orientation is set to 3D-print a steel bridge over a canal in Amsterdam.
Boldly go where no man has worked before with this impressive "Star Trek" Enterprise computer table and office chair presented in the latest episode of "Super-Fan Builds."