A Finnish excavator operator has used the grapple of his vehicle as a giant robot claw to put together a Duplo dump truck.
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.
Recent tests, says Lockheed Martin, show that fully autonomous convoys can safely navigate road intersections, oncoming traffic, stalled and passing vehicles, and pedestrians.
Although Microsoft will soon own the business, Nokia will announce...something...at February's Mobile World Congress phone show. The question is, will anyone care?
Ford's F-150 has been the best-selling truck in the US for the past 37 years in a row. This year it gets a radical overhaul, moving to aluminum to save weight and getting a raft of new tech inside and out, making sure this workhorse continues to carry the Blue Oval forward.
Residents of the Swedish town of Eslov complain about the cheery jingles emitted by an approaching ice cream truck. So silence and text messages are the answer.
The G2 phones were headed for Sprint, which is set to launch its version of the LG flagship device next month.
There are some new iPhones on the streets today, and Amazon has announced a flotilla of new devices. That, plus the latest multibillion-dollar acquisition in our overview of the week in tech news.
In an interview with CNET, Seeing Machines CEO Ken Kroeger says data collected by his company's eye- and head-tracking tech, which is reportedly being put in GM cars, is only for the driver (currently).