This Voltron set, inspired by the super robot from the '80s animated series, could become a reality if it gets enough votes on the Lego Ideas site.
CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
Super Smash Bros. for 3DS is a blast to play, with an endless amount of value and variety packed inside, although at times the chaos can overwhelm that small screen.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is the total package that delivers on nearly every level. With a seemingly endless amount of replay value, Super Smash should be the one staple in every Wii U library.
All we can say is, "Robot snakes. Why did it have to be robot snakes?"
Jeff describes MIT's new (and creepy) shapeshifting robo-snake, Ford's attempt to show young drivers how dangerous drugged driving is and why powdered glue could be the next frontier for adhesives.
If there's anything we've always wanted (but never realized we did), it's RoBoHoN. Sharp's robot-slash-smartphone can take calls, snap pictures, project images, dance, and melt our hearts into puddles of warm, squishy happiness.
Ashley discusses an experiment to teach a drone to help a robot navigate, a special foam heart that could someday become a viable transplant and a super cute Japanese robot that also happens to be a smartphone.
With greedy prospectors, candy-obsessed freaks, endless trails to discover and customizable motorcycles, this deep and addictive game has tons to offer, and I keep coming back for more.
Mini showed off a pair of augmented reality glasses that not only enhances the world around us as pedestrians, but also makes navigation and safer maneuvering in your car way more high-tech. We just want to be able to see through our car doors and feel like we have superpowers, okay?
Ashley and Khail check out Mini's new Augmented Vision glasses concept, Disney Research's new fabric 3D printer and a super creepy humanoid robot named Han. #TDCars