Flybrix, a startup based in San Francisco, has created a drone that can be built almost entirely out of Lego bricks. It's modular, too, and better yet programmable: Its flight computer can interpret commands.
Tired of expensive, device-specific styluses? The Universal Stylus Initiative wants to blow the category open and make any device work with any stylus. An official version of the specification has been approved.
Touch-sensitive keyboards are the norm when it comes to smartphones, but now you can give your desktop a modern-day upgrade with Bastron's B9 Glass Bluetooth Keyboard. The touch keyboard also doubles as a mouse with gesture control support.
Asus is getting ready to ship the Republic of Gamers Strix GL702VM laptop packing Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1060 graphics chip. The screen supports Nvidia's G-Sync tech, which syncs the displays refresh rate with the graphics chip's output.
Beware, using this software may remind you of your favorite racing video game. A new partnership between 360Fly and RaceRender allows users to upload custom speedometers, track maps, and more to their own 360 footage.
How good are your navigation skills? We've got a delectable menu of Google Maps tips and tricks for you right here, to take the pain out of your trips. Go from newbie to mapping master with this guide.
Samsung launched two new M.2-class stick-shaped 960 Series SSDs to boost the performance of a laptop or desktop. They are based on Samsung's stacked V-NAND technology and will be made available sometime in Octobver starting at $130.