When Stephen Colbert says science has ruined Spider-Man, a Stanford engineer makes a video showing off his gecko-inspired gloves that proves the late-night TV host wrong.
Scientists look at the limitations of walking up walls in the real world and find that a real-life Peter Parker would look more like a freakish Sasquatch than an agile superhero.
How do you stop mischievous drones? With more drones that function like "robotic falconry," says one university professor.
Ashley and Khail discuss Marvel and Sony's casting of Tom Holland as Spider-Man, a robot named Pepper selling out all over Japan and the ESA's plan for the reawakened Philae lander. #TDSpidey
Wait. Actually, we have no idea who Tom Holland is. But we're going to find out a little more about him on today's show, and discuss whether we think he can carry Spidey into a new movie trilogy.
From "Wolf Hall" to wall-crawler: the 19-year-old British actor will be directed by Jon Watts in the 2017 spider-reboot.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the directing duo behind "The Lego Movie" and the "Jump Street" films are developing the Spider-cartoon for 2018.
The Zero G "anti-gravity" case from Mega Tiny Corporation uses NanoSuction material to make your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus stick to any smooth surface and stay stuck indefinitely.
TV expert David Katzmaier talks 4K, curved displays, Sling TV and whether you can actually cut the cord and keep your senility. We'll also discuss Jon Stewart's exit from late night and ponder Spider-Man joining the Marvel universe.
Spider-Man comes to Marvel Studios, which will produce the character's next movie in 2017 in a partnership with Sony Pictures. #Nerdgasm