The MegaBots team checks out new high-power, custom tank treads designed just for their ultimate fighting robot.
Technically Incorrect: A Texas A&M student is allegedly trying to send a topless photo to her boyfriend via Snapchat when, oh.
It's oddly satisfying to watch this video of a Lego helicopter and truck melting at the hands of a gas torch.
The red-sweatered voter, ready to make America sweet again, puts his vote where his mouth is in a candy ad.
"The Way of Kings" gets the green light as the first Sanderson book lined up for movie treatment, with a screenplay coming from the "Saw" writing team.
Apple CEO Tim Cook discusses the end of cash and how he's using Apple Pay almost everywhere in Silicon Valley. Note: Cook was not on-mic for this interview, so please turn up the volume on your speakers to hear his remarks clearly.
This week, both Apple and Microsoft showed off new ways to interact with computers, leaving consumers to pick between a strip and a puck.
The NFL cornerback had the wand, the robe and even the right music. Too bad his team couldn't have put a spell on Steven Hauschka's missed field goal.
Technically Incorrect: While you consider your perfectly PC Halloween costume, one New York Burger King has already put its costume on. And it's wonderfully scary.
Apple updates its top-of-the-line laptop, the MacBook Pro. In exclusive interviews, Apple executives explain why it was over four years in the making, and why we should care.
Technically Incorrect: Former US Rep. Joe Walsh riles Twitter with a statement he insists is innocent.
UK-based P&O Cruises will allow the public to name its next ship. This should be interesting.
How the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar works
The MacBook Pro now has a digital function bar that's actually a dynamic screen. Here's how it works.