The Fitbits and Fuel Bands of the world are about clash with the Quantified Self utopians to determine who defines the rules of our increasingly sophisticated wearable tech.
Travelers' Tales, LEGO, and Disney have assembled the Avengers, as well as the X-Men, Spider-man, and a wealth of other Marvel Universe super heroes for their next game, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. Will it be another creative benchmark or another sign of…
Lego announces the third generation of the programmable Mindstorms series, the EV3. This time, the robotics lie in the Intelligent Brick that can program the device sans-computer.
At last, an American-based Legoland Hotel is opening ... and from the looks of it, the hotel should please all patrons young and old.
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WBIE and Traveller’s Tales returns with its next Lego offering, a Lego-ized look at the Lord of the Rings movies.
Warner Bros. upcoming big-budget Lego movie just picked up two big name actors to lend their voices to the flick.
Easily one of the more heartfelt uses of 3D printing technology, a little girl finally got to use her arms with the help of a printed exoskeleton.
Build with Chrome is a virtual Lego set, where you're given 1000 bricks and your own permanent plot of land with which to get creative.
Who would have thought that a Turing machine recreated entirely in Lego could be so gorgeously hypnotic?
Thomas Langenbach has been arrested for allegedly replacing the barcodes on high-end Lego sets, and selling the discounted merchandise for huge profits.