What inspired prince-of-lavatories genius came up with this: video games you play by peeing.
Are we ready for Cyro, a jellyfish-like robot funded by the U.S. Navy for potential future underwater surveillance?
Meet Honda’s 2014 Odyssey, which comes with — wait for it — the world’s first built-into-a-vehicle, crud-sucking hose.
Will wonders never cease? Nintendo’s Wii U, presently the slowest video game console when it comes to opening and closing apps — possibly in the history of video game consoles — was apparently just doused in heavy water vapors.
A new service lets film fans go to the movies as often as once a day, for one monthly charge.
TIME Tech talks about EA’s move to infuse all of its games with pay-as-you-play microtransactions.
TIME Tech talks about the new Chromebook Pixel, a $1300-and-up laptop that runs Google’s web-connected Chrome operating system.
Imagine a bunch of people murmuring to themselves in public, each phrase beginning with “OK Glass.” That’ll be the future if Google has its way.
Every once in a while, a technological innovation so advanced comes along that we, as a society, might as well just take a break from trying to invent anything else for a few years.
The OptiShot Infrared Golf Simulator lets you use your own clubs to hit the links indoors.
With the next PlayStation reportedly on the way, let’s look at some of the things I suspect we’d all agree Sony needs to do better this time around.
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