Link to These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots from the labs of a University of California, Santa Barbara...

Link to These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots from the labs of a University of California, Santa Barbara...

Link to These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots from the labs of a University of California, Santa Barbara...

Link to These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots from the labs of a University of California, Santa Barbara...

Nokero’s solar-powered, rainproof N200 light bulb: brighter, stronger, more flexible

No one’s going to be calling Nokero out for falling behind. Just a few short months after revealing its first commercial light bulb for developing nations, the outfit has now rolled out a second version, the predictably titled N200. This guy strikes a vastly different...

Shocker! GameStop expects Kinect and Move to be in short supply this holiday season

Are you prepared to be blown away? Have your mind flipped inside-out? Experience a revelation to end all revelations? Tough luck, bubs. During an earnings call yesterday, GameStop president Tony Bartel was cited as saying that both Microsoft’s Kinect and Sony’s PlayStation Move would both...

How would you change Apple’s iPod nano (2010)?

Without question, Apple’s latest iPod nano is its most interesting one yet. And considering that it’s the first nano with a color, multitouch LCD slapped onto it, it’s also one of the most multifaceted. The engineers in Cupertino certainly cut away from the nano’s past...

Casemate’s iPhone 4 Bounce case protects your noodle from inevitable radiation baking

As the everlasting debate rages on, and brains continue to / not to melt with every passing phone call, Casemate’s taking no chances whatsoever. By collaborating with Pong — a company that makes its ends by “protecting users of cellular telephones from the potentially harmful...

id’s Carmack talks Rage HD, iPad’s power, and future iOS games

Rage HD for iOS is a seriously gorgeous game — well worth the $2, if you ask us. Now that he can look up from his monitor, id Software’s technical wizard John Carmack is making the interview rounds — let’s see what we can glean,...

Unannounced 65-inch edge-lit LED TV with passive 3D glasses shows up on VIZIO.com

Making plans to invite the whole neighborhood to watch the BCS National Championship in 3D? For large groups, the best option may be this 65-inch Theater 3D LCD HDTV that posters on AVSForum spotted today on VIZIO’s website, since its screen is polarized for use...

Dell: bigger Venue Pro launch coming, keep hands off microSD

Didn’t get a Venue Pro when Microsoft threw a few on its store shelves? Why, that’d be enough to make us mad, too — Ballmer mad, in fact. Fear not, though: as Dell tells it, the company has production ramped up for a “timely” launch...

Rovio feels the burn of Android fragmentation, plans ‘light’ version of Angry Birds

So, it’s real after all, huh? Android fragmentation is making its way into the news again, and this time it counts. Rovio, developer of a little-known title called “Angry Birds,” has just penned a new blog post detailing the night terrors that have come with...

HTC phone with CDMA and WiMAX hits the FCC: the EVO Shift 4G, perhaps?

It’s not every day that a new HTC phone with CDMA and WiMAX support swings through the FCC’s labs — so even though we don’t really know what this is, we thought we’d better point it out. Odds are it’ll be headed to Sprint considering...

Caption contest: publicity stunt generating publicity

We do hate to play into wily PR folks’ attention-grabbing campaigns, but when they’re quite so nutty, we can’t help but admire them. UK network Three is trying to promote its hotspots (we think) by having dudes wearing full-body underwear running around with “Human Hotspot”...