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- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Walk Again Project has developed an exoskeleton that will allow a paralyzed person to kick the first ball at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
In what all the major news outlets are calling the story of the century, some guy named Brian invented a second electric BJ machine.
Putting your money where your fandom is might be the best method to save your shows.
Keeping you plugged in with the best in new devices.
Save yourself from your drunken self with this simple tool.
In today's edition of The Dugout, Don Zimmer doesn't understand how technology works and fears it will keep him from ever watching baseball again.
Apple brings their iOS to your whip.
London now has a farm deep within its bowels. No, we meant the tunnels.
If the world wasn't already filled with enough godless killing machines, here's a 3D printer turned into a robot that dominates you at air hockey.
Vehicle-to-vehicle tech might save your life. And soon, it's going to be standard.
What do you get when you cross Shazam and WhoSampled.com?
Sci-fi tech continues to be made real, as scientists can now levitate objects with sound waves...
If you're going to take ridiculous selfies with an iPhone that isn't yours, you might want to check the iCloud settings first.
A late contender for worst commercial of 2013 emerges.
The NSA's PRISM program has been ruled unconstitutional. But if you want privacy, there's a lot more work to be done.
Google has been on a major robot buying spree, and it might be for reasons other than you might think.
Justin Bieber offered to promote BlackBerry, and they turned him down. Canada fail!
Credit card thieves have turned the card skimmer into a disturbingly simple and effective tool.
Major technology companies have a recent, and troubling theme to their announcements: They're firmly stuck in the 80s.