LEGO's finally figured out how to bridge the tablet and its physical brick toys.
Forget smartwatches, wear the stylish Fun-iki glasses that flash various colors in front of your eyes when notifications come into your smartphone.
With an impressive array of weaponry, the K-560 Severodvinsk will be pitted against the U.S. Navy's Seawolf and Virginia nuclear subs.
Nanotechnology for liposuction? Scientists say yes.
Smartwatches and Google Glass aren't the only wearable gadgets you'll be wearing. How about clothing that recharges your smartphone, like these wireless charging pants?
Imagine a telephonic world in which you could smell what the other person is smelling. And the point is...?
How long before we see a round-faced wearable device on someone's wrist that isn't a conventional watch?
Paraplegic athletes with no feeling in their legs can't tell when they've been hurt. These pants give them a visual indication.
A pair of video glasses enhances the world to allow people with limited vision to see objects, shapes and details.
Amazon's own smartphone is real and it's coming out next month with some neat camera trickery and a cool product and data scanning feature.