Adobe announced it will discontinue its Creative Suite applications in favor of its subscription-based cloud service, EA and Maxis announced The Sims 4, and Windows 8 announces it has surpassed 100 million licenses.
On this week’s Viral Video Recap: what the zombies are really saying, demolishing LEGO construction and a piñata for a leopard.
Google Keep gets an offline-capable Chrome app, Microsoft migrates Hotmail users to Outlook.com and Warren Buffett joins Twitter.
Iconic Disc is a semitransparent, customizable badge that lights up whatever image you want, using the glow from your Apple laptop’s logo.
LinkMe puts text and social media notifications on your wrist, so you can stay up to date with a glance. It’s raising funds for production on Kickstarter.
Disney has dissolved the video game development arm of its Lucasfilm acquisition; Google announces the Blink web rendering engine and Twitter tweaks its mobile apps.
Automotive engineer Jim Kor is producing a hybrid, two-passenger car using a 3D printers. It’s expected to take 2,500 hours to make.
Researchers have developed learning algorithms that let quadrotors perfectly balance ungainly poles — and juggle them around between themselves.
The actor is parting ways with Broadway play “Orphans” because he reportedly couldn’t get along with co-star Alec Baldwin. A series of bizarre Twitter posts followed this week’s announcement.
Atlanta-based robot designers at Hello Robo are testing in-home robot construction on Kickstarter. Their new project Maki, takes advantage of readily available hardware, 3D printing, and open source software.