Sugru, an incredibly powerful adhesive rubber, might make you a believer in playing with dough again, especially if you're into Legos.
The microcomputer designed to get kids interested in coding powers down when hit with high-intensity, long-wave flashes from cameras.
Engineering professor Danielle George bemoans the idea that when a gadget needs fixing, young people throw it away and buy a new one
On today's Tomorrow Daily, we've got weird pairings aplenty: three Denny's-remixed Atari classics, a maglev monorail, and a crazy overpowered water gun.
On today's Tomorrow Daily, Denny's announced three remixed Atari classics, Israel plans on testing a levitating monorail within 2 years, and Sugru made a crazy overpowered water gun. Also, we back (or hack?) Pond's wireless charger, and read your emoji tweets.
Powered by a CO2 canister, it's based on the Gatling gun and shoots water 40 feet. Because, well, you've always wanted to do that.
If your EarPods don't fit securely in your ears, a pair of these upcoming $10.95 silicone sleeves, called the EarSkinz 2, will make them stay put.
Hacking your own touch-screen gloves will certainly keep your hands warm this winter, but what about your ears? Well, Instructables user Grissini shares a clever trick to mod your existing earphones into a cozy set of earmuffs. He calls them Muff-Fones.
Time magazine has revealed the incredible innovations, gorgeous gadgets and gobsmacking gizmos that make up its 50 Best Inventions of 2010.
CNET's Ina Fried goes to her first Maker Faire. She took a pass on a giant bowl of paella, but said yes to on-demand poetry and to a giant cupcake costume.