But we're not going to be able to buy these anytime soon. The gadgets and software come from its C-Lab that lets employees experiment.
A handful of the late Apple CEO's personal effects, including a Seiko wristwatch and one of his signature black turtlenecks, sold for thousands at auction over the weekend.
Two Guangzhou restaurants with poorly performing robot wait staff close up shop; also, a Japanese toothbrush attachment turns brushing your teeth into a game.
Two restaurants in China have closed up shop, after discovering that exclusively employing robots to serve humans was a terrible idea.
CNET talks to Mark Vanhoenacker, author of "Skyfaring" who's also a British Airways 747 senior first officer, on why flight is one of the greatest things we do.
Called "The Coach" because he advised tech's biggest executives, Campbell was arguably the most influential man -- and one of the most beloved -- in Silicon Valley.
The professional social network launches an app aimed at getting college kids their first gigs out of school.
Looking for an IT developer role that promises only the most abrasive daily grind and not much else? Then this Australian firm might be waiting for your CV.
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It was the "most meaningless election slogan" they could think of -- now the creators of "Veep" are laughing after Australia's highest elected official took their catchphrase for himself.