A team of researchers has created living rose plants with electronic circuits threaded through their veins.
The year's most notable embarrassments in technology run the gamut from the industry's inability to secure our personal data to the blunders of Airbnb, Twitter and Tinder.
The social network sees a massive increase in the amount of content banned in India for being anti-religious or hate speech.
With the new "About me" page, you can view and control what other people see about you across Google's various services.
The US-based wearables company has been compiling data on the sleeping and walking habits of its Indian Jawbone Up users, reporting that they rest and walk less than many westerners.
The Web browser's data-management app will be integrated on new phones from 14 Android smartphone makers, letting users shave up to 60 percent off their data usage.
The automaker wants to appeal to those fretting that cars gather increasing amounts of personal data. But make no mistake -- it still would like to make use of that data to improve driving.
"The Social Shot" is an interesting cart with a mission: to devise how your personality fits into five specific human traits, and then craft an alcoholic shot specifically customized to your Facebook profile's information.
Ashley discusses a Minecraft server made for teaching biochemistry concepts, MIT's crowdfunding effort for an at-home lab made for growing cells and a special cart that can parse your social media profile into a personalized shot of booze.
If you live in a rental house or in regional Australia, getting broadband can be a struggle at best. Optus is hoping to change that with its Home Wireless Broadband and a deal offering 50GB for AU$70.