A cold-tolerant species of roach is calling New York City home and fueling the nightmares of residents.
The search giant's new Doodle honors the 130th birthday of the famous writer.
By fitting cockroaches with microphones and speakers, rescuers may be able to detect voices of people in trapped buildings.
In what they dub a marriage of behavioral neuroscience and neural engineering, the minds at Backyard Brains have mounted a Kickstarter project that lets you build your own cyborg out of a bug.
Almost as certain as death and taxes is the cockroach. Now one artist has turned the tables on the pesky arthropod by taming it with some tech components and Twitter.
Scientists with a high tolerance for creepy-crawlies have figured out how to create and control cyborg cockroaches.
UC Berkeley mini-robot can run up to a ledge, grab it, and swing underneath, evading your swats.
Microsoft appears to be planning a name change for Nokia. We explain why that's a terrible idea -- plus we take on Apple's latest dig at Samsung.
Researchers at Harvard and Yale determine that intelligence isn't imperative when they turn to the flexible and springy legs of tiny-brained cockroaches to design a robotic hand.
This week on Crave, a robot named Jeff challenges golf pro Rory McIlroy to a game of golf on the driving range. We look at 3D-printed casts meant to counter itchiness, and researchers drive cockroaches with electrical signals in hopes of using the bugs for search-and-rescue missions.