Checking your wrist is so last year. In the future, you'll simply project your emails on the ground right in front of you.
Need some extra chairs for a party? Just push a button and wait, and this remarkably gigantic and affordable 3D printer will make it happen.
Q-bert and Pac-man can live again as art on your wall with this nifty retro frame.
Do you want Google Glass but can't quite swing the $1,500 asking price? The Epson is coming to the rescue with something very similar for less than half the price.
We promise you, this Nerf blaster is unlike any you've ever seen before.
Nerf's upping the dart-shooting ante this year with a the Demolisher, a blaster that shoots two kinds of darts. Let the dart warfare begin!
Alright LEGO, just shut up and take our money.
Crazy, identity-hiding helmets are one thing, but a band made up entirely of robot musicians is the new standard in musical anonymity.
We can't think of a better way than ping pong to figure out whether the future will be controlled by humans or machines.
Two years ago, the Wi-Fi Alliance announced Passpoint, which was supposed to make Wi-Fi as ubiquitous and as easy to connect to as cellular. So, where is it already?