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Bowlingual gives dog barks a human voice

Tomy has updated its Bowlingual dog translation device. You can find out what your pooch's "woof" really means--as long as you speak Japanese!

By Sep. 5, 2009


Can this iPhone app remote-control your dog?

Pet-Remote is an iPhone-controlled vibrating collar tag that can apparently help train your pooch. You won't have to say a word.

By Dec. 2, 2013


Zap your pet's blues away with Petcube laser pointer

Petcube is a smartphone-controlled Webcam that shines a laser spot around when you're out. It might make you feel less guilty about leaving little Rover home alone.

By May. 20, 2013


Friday Poll: Most April Fool-ish product?

We've seen many silly tech ideas come and go, but we would like to ask you which one most seems like a joke worthy of April Fools' Day. Virtual girlfriends? A sex-coach app? Tell us.

By Apr. 1, 2011


Tool-using fish creates underwater kitchen gadget

Black spot tuskfish on the Great Barrier Reef shows off some smart tool-using skills to bust open shells. Today anvils. Tomorrow, fish may be buying Otterbox cases for their smartphones.

By Jul. 11, 2011


Rover's woofs now limited to 140 characters

Mattel's Puppy Tweets lets your pooch bug you with short messages. Expect tweets about your slippers and that pesky cat next door.

By Feb. 16, 2010


'Meowlingual' claims to translate cat-speak

There's one for dogs already.

By Sep. 14, 2007


See Spot talk on a cell phone

Afraid your pooch feels lonely when you're away? Worry no more. A company named PetsMobility has created a mobile phone that our four-legged friends can wear around their necks. [Missing Links]

By Feb. 8, 2005