Some incredible innovation can come from game competitions like these, but mostly it's just a bunch of crazy shit that will never and should never become an actual product.
There's absolutely going to be a robot apocalypse. It's just going to be super lazy.
Mick Ebeling and the team at Not Impossible Foundation set out to find a way to provide prosthetics to kids who have been crippled by the ongoing merry-go-round of murder that is the Sudan. Here's how they did it.
It turns out stuff you use every day has little hidden features that make them more brilliant than you initially thought.
We welcome our future robot overlords with open arms and laurels.
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Things we can't even imagine robots doing, because there is absolutely no need for robots to do them, will in fact be done by robots.
We aren't going to say money is everything, but we are going to say you aren't living unless you have a remote control toilet.
This is a story about tragedy, loss, and the unbearable pain that inevitably comes with both.
Trust me, these will open a whole new world of stupid.
Truly, there is no downside to a technologically advanced society ... except for all of the terrifying ones we're about to tell you.
Time to learn about some of the lesser-known, but still unsettling, Craigslist crime epidemics.
Shhh. Shhh. No need to explain yourself. Your stuff says it all.
This new freedom to ogle porn stars without having to quickly scrub away the evidence, was just the first of many technological changes that I would soon experience as I began going through the stages of the breakup.