Tech correspondent Randall Meeks (played by Fred Armisen) stopped by SNL's Weekend Update to talk about the "awesomeness" of Google Glass.
Microsoft comes up with a number of ideas to promote its products, but never has the company raised the bar so high in terms of taking a funny poke at its competitors.
For better or worse, dating will never be the same with Google Glass.
Willcom, a Japanese handset maker known for pushing the boundaries of design, has just unveiled what looks to be the smallest mobile phone we've ever seen.
Yesterday, TV viewers in Montana were treated to an official alert message claiming that a zombie attack was underway.
Filmmaker Til Nowak's ingenius mockumentary explains why "gravity is a mistake" and shows what theme park rides would look like if we ignored the laws of physics.
Shake your head back and forth. Did you feel like you were making an absolutely insane looking expression? Probably not, but, as you'll see in this video (which would make a great screensaver), viewed in slow motion you would have — most likely, just for a moment — appeared rather silly.
A Bluetooth-enabled toilet is something that we expect (and secretly want) from Japan. These three Satis toilets are controllable by an Android app. It's an idea that's more creepy than it is practical.
Most of us are aware that inhaling a mouthful of helium can give a person's voice a humorous, high-pitched tone that mimics a vocal recording played at high speed. But what some of you may not know is there is in fact another gas that has exactly the opposite effect, as a simple science lesson recently delivered by a high school teacher shows.
With all of the panicked hoarding by Twinkie fans since Hostess announced the end of the line for the sugary snack, you may be wondering just how long that stash will last after the Twinkipocalypse.