Wedged between techie territories like Palo Alto and Menlo Park, this once down-and-out California town is trying to turn itself around while still keeping its identity. We paid a visit on Road Trip 2015.
This is the daily tech show to beat all others. Every afternoon, Monday-Thursday, Ashley Esqueda and Khail Anonymous dive into a funny, upbeat discussion about everything tech and the people who love it.
Ashley and Khail discuss their favorite PAX Prime 2015 moments and a brilliant breakfast partnership between an eccentric inventor and cereal maker Kellogg's. #TDBreakfast
Ashley and Khail wonder what kinds of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" toys will be unboxed next week during a global live stream, send kudos to the Open Bionics team for their James Dyson UK award and see what future-fashion designer Anouk Wipprecht and Audi have been up to. #TDUnbox
We're not sure how massive cereal manufacturer Kellogg's got wind of eccentric creator Dominic Wilcox's talents, but we're glad it did, because his imaginative, whimsical contraptions are feeding our childlike imaginations.
Ashley and Khail talk about how YouTube Gaming might help Twitch, watch a crazy full-body VR machine that even simulates full vertical revolutions and wish they could visit an interactive exhibit in Tokyo featuring 60,000 LED lights.
Khail and Ashley discuss the weird theme park Banksy created alongside dozens of other artists, check out a special new paint that doesn't fade, crack or retain heat and watch MIT's new 3D printer use glass as a printing material.
Ubisoft recently invested in MM-Company, the maker of a full-body VR chair called MMOne. Not only does this chair tilt 45 degrees left and right, it also lets the user do a full, seated flip while playing. Bring your fanciest barf bag!
A huge part of the Star Wars universe has always been the avalanche of merchandise released alongside each film, and Disney is hosting a global event for the unveiling of toys, collector's items and other retail items for "The Force Awakens."
Netherlands-based Vinylify has been in business for a while now, but just took their operation international. If you've ever wanted to create a personalized vinyl record without spending an arm and a leg, you're in the right place.
Ashley and Khail discuss a new service that hand cuts vinyl records on demand, a first-person shooter that made its debut on Chatroulette and a robot attempting to learn how to make pancakes. #TDAlbum