Briggo, a robotic barista that's the size of a telephone booth, claims to serve up a cup of coffee on par with Starbucks, without the hipster vibe.
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The Chop-Syc lets you dice, cook rice, and looks pretty darn nice on your kitchen counter.
Up until now, Terrafugia had something of a monopoly on flying cars that, you know, actually flew.
A premature listing last night on Google's online store has revealed the upcoming Nexus 5's price.
Made specifically for the peer-to-peer bikesharing community, BitLock pops open for you (or your friends) using just your phone, no keys required.
The project has been under wraps for at least a year, and it's actually gotten a lot farther than you might believe.
Move over Mario Kart! It's about time someone created an iPhone-controlled slot car racing game.
Who needs waiters? At Kura restaurant in Japan, conveyor belts and touchscreens help you get grub fast. Really fast.
A new movie experience developed in South Korea could make IMAX movies look terribly outdated.
Nobody is quite sure how quantum computers work, or if they work at all, but Google and NASA are working on a new quantum computing lab anyway.