Weekends With Engadget, 05.17


How a water bottle gave birth to a whole new world of self-healing products

IBM's had a breakthrough in accelerated materials science and it's owed, in part, to a Dasani water bottle.

Boca Raton's most expensive home has Star Trek and Call of Duty-themed rooms

As much as we love Star Trek, we've never thought about modeling our home after the USS Enterprise.

Wearhaus: If you love your social headphones, set them free

Wearhaus wants to crowdfund its dream, its vision: to create a brand of social headphones that let you share music with other wearers nearby.

A PC component maker in a post-PC world

If you had a desktop PC during the early noughties, your first encounter with Creative likely involved sound cards.

You won't need roads with this $85,000 hoverbike

With Hyperloop still a twinkle in Elon Musk's eye, we've got to look elsewhere for our futuristic transport.

Sony Alpha 6000 review: a do-it-all mirrorless camera that's worth every penny

By now, you've probably had a chance to shoot with a compact interchangeable-lens camera, or you've at least caught a whiff of that never-ending mirrorless cam hype.

Future Army helmets make for cooler soldiers, terrified enemies

It's hard to look at the US Army's latest helmet and not think of Halo, but the design does serve a purpose beyond gaming chic.

What you need to know about smart guns

It's increasingly difficult to have a rational discussion about gun violence. Thankfully for us, we're not here to do that.

We take flight with Parrot's new Oculus-friendly Bebop drone

Parrot still hasn't released that MiniDrone we saw at CES, but its already got something new up it's sleeve: BeBop.

This remote-controlled robot can run faster than you (video)

RC cars and helicopters are cool and all, but if you want a combo breaker in your collection, here's something different: a multi-legged robot that runs.

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