On today's show, we discuss Apple's iPhone and Watch announcements (you might be surprised who's in and who's not convinced), Sega's crazy new arcade game that takes the term "sandbox" literally, driving robots, and a fantastic new Kickstarter for living portraits.
The creators of Canviz say they've finally created what many of us have been dying to own: digital frames that support animated images like GIFs, cinemagraphs, and more. Eat your heart out, Haunted Mansion!
The Galaxy S7 could be the first phone to be offered via the new program, says Korea's Electronic Times.
Higher-ups at Bungie have pushed a full sequel to the sci-fi shooter.
The popular block-building-sandbox game is creeping into the third annual Hour of Code, a worldwide campaign to spark students' interest in programming.
We're not quite sure why we'd need to pick up KFC's Memories Bucket, which houses both fried chicken and a Bluetooth photo printer. Maybe you really want to capture those salty, greasy moments? We're not judging.
Khail and Ashley check out a new super-fiber that could be used in flexible tech, try to understand KFC's photo-printing fried chicken bucket and explain why an AR sandbox could help future geologists. #TDBucket
At E3 in Los Angeles, Hello Games developer Sean Murray gives a tour of the ambitious sandbox game that was introduced during last year's event.
The sandbox game beats GTA, League of Legends and Call of Duty to become the most-watched game of all time on YouTube.
On OS X 10.9 Mavericks, Apple's browser now puts limits on what Adobe's Flash Player can do, making it harder for malware authors to run rampant on people's Macs.