As if chocolate wasn't good enough already, a Swiss company has figured out a way to decorate it with additive-free holograms.
Soon, we'll want to use wearable tech to express everything. Famed chocolate maker Cadbury is ahead of the trend.
A survey finds 94 percent of people aged 18 to 29 look favorably upon the tech giant, making it more popular than, well, just about anything.
Molly Wood takes a tasty bite out of the Sony Xperia Z in our torture test at a chocolate factory.
Some lucky Japanese will get their lovers' sweet likenesses on Valentine's Day. Lollipop format also available.
Despite our issues with the browser and the uninteresting design, the LG Chocolate Touch is a terrific music phone for Verizon Wireless.
The app community sprouting up around the Suunto Ambit GPS watch helps wearers crunch workout data in terms of chocolate consumption, beer guzzling, and percentage of Usain Bolt's speed.
Another year ticks by for the Web giant, and to rejoice it bakes up a delicious looking doodle.
A chocolatier lets shutterbugs make unique prints out of chocolate. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand bites.
We're enamoured with the idea of Google's backpacking Street View, so much so that Joe has volunteered his services. Plus, news from E3 and Computex.