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Ghost Bee Bluetooth headphones

At CES 2013, we take a look at the unique Ghost Bee Bluetooth headphones, which come with a hi-fi doc that connects to your stereo.

By January 6, 2013

MSRP: $179.00


Crave Ep. 223: Tiny RoboBee could be first of flying, swimming robot swarm

Engineers at Harvard have built an insect-sized flying robot that can also swim. One step closer to that drone insect swarm army.

By October 22, 2015


Tiny RoboBee could be first of flying, swimming robot swarm, Ep. 223

This week on Crave, augment your reality with a demo of Magic Leap, find out exactly how many people Darth Vader has murdered and see why Harvard thinks tiny drones that can fly and swim are the future. It's the Crave show!

By October 22, 2015


Robotic bee goes for a fly and a swim

Harvard's bee-inspired RoboBee is now the first insect-sized robot that can both fly and swim.

By October 21, 2015


Bees are just as addicted to caffeine as you are

Bees prefer flowers laced with caffeine, researchers find, and even try to lead their bee buddies to the wake-up juice with "waggle dances." Could pumpkin spice pollen be far behind?

By October 15, 2015


Intel's Edison joins the quest to save the bees

Tiny radio-frequency identification chips attached to bees will be paired with Intel Edison boards to monitor the bees' activities and help the fight against colony collapse disorder.

By August 24, 2015


Watch what happens when you disturb a hive of 40,000 killer bees

A film crew making a Smithsonian Channel documentary about bees captures slo-mo footage of an attacking swarm of angry killer bees that will you make you thankful you're not a documentary-film maker.

By August 15, 2015


Zuli Smartplug

The Zuli Smartplug is a versatile and creative product, offering features that are new to the market. Its current quality warrants the cost of entry, and coming updates only sweeten the deal.

By November 24, 2015

4 stars Editors' rating November 24, 2015

Flying bee robot uses an insect-inspired eye

BeeRotor is the first aerial robot that can fly over uneven terrain using visual input to stabilise -- not an accelerometer.

By March 10, 2015


Watch a squadron of bees build a giant teapot

A designer in Rotterdam got 60,000 bees to help him create a one-of-a-kind sculpture, and you can watch them work.

By February 23, 2015