Jimi Hendrix's Last Interview, Recorded a Week Before He Died

Jimi: All Is By My Side, the biopic following a young Jimi Hendrix, opened this weekend. In the movie, André Benjamin just about nails Jimi's distinctive, wandering way of talking. Tonight, let's go to the source: Jimi Hendrix's final interview, recorded just seven days before he died in September 1970. » 9/27/14 7:30pm Saturday 7:30pm

Flexy, Wrist-Worn Concept Phone: A Real Life Buzz Lightyear Communicator

Indiegogo concepts are always a bit out there, and this one's no exception: Portal, a six-inch Android-powered smartphone that's impressively capable, waterproof, and flexible enough to wear on your wrist like Buzz Lightyear's communicator. Forget smartwatches, this baby's a goddamned gauntlet. » 9/27/14 5:30pm Saturday 5:30pm

Bending iPhones, Ello, Wrist Drones, the New BlackBerry, and More

What a week! We heard all kinds of complaining about whether or not Apple's iPhone 6 Plus will actually deform in your pocket; we pondered the weirdness of the new and super-hyped social network, Ello; and of course, we played with all kinds of crazy gadgets. Let's take a look back at the week! » 9/27/14 3:30pm Saturday 3:30pm

Obsessed Engineer Devises The Perfect Scooper for Rock Hard Ice Cream

Ice cream is a dish best served cold, but liberating it from its carton is an exercise in bent spoons and throbbing wrists. Kickstarter's Michael Chou spent years striving for the perfect solution, and here it is: The Midnight Scoop, shaped to engage your most powerful arm muscles in the quest for deliciousness. » 9/27/14 10:00am Saturday 10:00am

Meet the Rocketman Who Made Jet Fighters and Car Crashes Survivable

In the early jet fighter days, nobody knew how much G-force the human body could withstand. Testing the limits of survivability came down to human testing. Today, we owe much of that knowledge to Dr. John Paul Stapp, who strapped himself into a crazy rocket sled to see just what the human body could endure. » 9/27/14 9:03am Saturday 9:03am

Scientists Make Objects "Invisible" With a Tricky Optical Illusion

Invisibility is perhaps the most ubiquitous of sci-fi dreams: Spy movies, video games, and classic cartoons all tantalize us with this trick. Researchers at the University of Rochester still haven't unlocked the secret to that elusive invisibility cloak either, I'm afraid. But they made a very cool optical illusion… » 9/26/14 3:30pm Friday 3:30pm