Tech-makers at CES 2015 get one shot and just 12 seconds to explain what makes their product worth your time. Hit play to see how they got on.
CNET editor Dong Ngo reviews the OCZ Octane solid-state drive.
With just an Android application and a pile of spare Lego, an engineer has managed to make a robot that can solve a Rubik's cube in double-quick time.
A standard Rubik's Cube has more than 42 quintrillion possible positions. A Lego Mindstorms robot called CubeStormer can solve the cube in less than 12 seconds.
Also: TunesBag launches an Adobe AIR app, WatchMojo hits 50 million video views, and BuyDomains starts a domain referral program.
The site that some describe as "video Twitter" announced the launch of its first API, plus three launch partners that will incorporate 12seconds into their platforms.
Like Twitter, but with video: you have 12 seconds to say what's up.
Neither fish nor fowl, the new and interesting Glmps photo format may have a hard time finding a profitable niche.
Two new apps, Tout and Vlix, try--and fail--to unseat the recently launched SocialCam.
After being pulled from the App Store due to a bad crashing bug, TweetDeck for iPhone has a new version that includes Facebook integration, video uploading, and trending topics.