Motorola unveils a near-field communication security sticker for your wrist, Sony's high-priced Walkman gets buzz, and the cute Jibo robot wants to be part of the family.
The nickel-sized piece of tech adheres to your wrist and enables instant unlocking.
Electrical currents generated from sweat could someday be a way to charge your phone while burning calories.
Forgot your toothbrush while traveling? Starwood hotels says this little robot named "Botlr" will bring various items up to your room from the front desk. We're just happy it doesn't asking for a tip.
On today's show, Ashley and Mike both agree they want their own robot butlers. Also, a concept that replaces tiny windows in planes with panoramic digital views, and a temporary tattoo that could power your wearables in the future.
Rich and Ashley aren't sure how Pizza Hut is going to pull off a working, full-size replica of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Pizza Thrower truck, but they're dying to see it in action. Anybody else want to see a pizza hurled out of a vehicle at 20mph?
Today, we're talking about whether or not Nvidia's new Shield tablet has a chance in such a competitive space, why we need NFC tattoos, and how the full-scale pizza shooting truck from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles came to life.
Automated tattoos are now a reality with a 3D printer that was hacked to become an robot tattoo artist.
Talk about hipster! An experimental musical instrument works by reading and playing a tattoo on its creator's arm.
A patent application filed in 2012 by the Google-owned company and published Thursday details a wireless microphone that can be tattooed on the neck and connect to a smartphone.