Paralympics Drives New Technology

Why are we still talking about the Paralympics, when they ended weeks ago? Because their influence will be felt for years to come.

Einstein in a Box: Review, Interview, Coupon Code, and Giveaway!

Einstein in a Box is a subscription box program that brings numerous STEM-focused activities to your elementary-school-aged children every month. Our family loved it, I'm sure yours will too.

Technology Helps Find Your Bra Size With ThirdLove

ThirdLove will fit you for a new bra using their new app in the comfort of your own home.

Discovering Detroit And The Wonder Of OnStar

General Motors flew me out to Detroit last week for #ConnectedByOnStar to learn about OnStar, drive some snazzy new Buicks, and explore the city.

Review: <em>Wee Rockets</em> on the iPad and iPod Touch

Wee Rockets is a spaceship design app for the toddler set.

Diary of a Geeky Pregnancy Weeks 5-8: The Mayor Compliments My Shoes

In this installment of Diary of a Geeky Pregnancy: Kate deals with the lovely symptoms of first trimester pregnancy, resorts to watching cheesy rom-coms while confined to her apartment with nausea, meets the Mayor ...

NASA to Launch High School Students’ Satellite

NASA plans to launch a small satellite designed by students at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Virginia.

Evernote and Post-it Brand: Making Digital Tangible

GeekMom goes to Evernote 3, and brings back the scoop on Post-it brand collaborations.

The Tech Packed Into The 2014 Jeep Cherokee

The 2014 Jeep Cherokee is loaded with enough tech to make a nerd's head spin.

World’s Largest Walking Robot is a Dragon

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, this fire-breathing dragon is the world's largest walking robot.