ICYMI: Draw-an-instrument, levitating light and more
A conductive-ink pen allows you to make any sort of instrument, on any surface. That and the week's headline round-up in today's ICYMI.
Microsoft's taking HoloLens on tour to woo developers
Developers, Microsoft is brining HoloLens to a city near you.
Unofficial Amiibo can use data for any Nintendo figurine
A very unofficial device promises to store data for any Amiibo figurine. Any bets on when Nintendo shuts it down?
Razer's 3D-sensing camera brings motion tracking to your games
Razer's upcoming camera will use Intel's RealSense tech to track your movements for games.
ICYMI: Head injury alert, zombie killing centers and more
Today on In Case You Missed It: Google is putting its glut of satellite imaging data to good use w...
ICYMI: Far away haptic hello, birthing robot mom and more
Basicaly, long-distance makeouts over Skype are coming with haptic feedback devices, the end of times is coming since we've made robots that can create themselves, and evolve, and much more.
The surprising joy of Time's virtual reality cover starring Palmer Luckey
We photoshopped Time's Palmer Luckey cover so you don't have to -- but you definitely still should.
Razer stuffs colored lighting into more gaming keyboards and keypads
Razer's Deathstalker keyboard and Orbweaver keypad can shine in 16.7 million colors thanks to new Chroma models.