A trip to the UK takes CNET writer Amanda Kooser through a world of British tech quirks, full of baffling toilet buttons and an alphabet soup of cellular networks.
The Bartesian takes the concept of a capsule drink-maker and applies it to cocktails for a perfect mix, every time.
People in the UK who for some reason buy coffee at Kentucky Fried Chicken are in for a bit of a treat later this year -- a limited-edition edible coffee cup made out of something sweet.
Bring out yer coconuts! Trotify turns your bike into an automatic horse-trotting sound delivery system.
The World Cup ain't got nothin' on these Indonesian football players, who swap out the traditional ball with a coconut doused in kerosene and set on fire.
Discover local bakeries that sell everything from fancy cronuts to uber-indulgent bacon-maple logs with the Doughbot app. Good luck with that diet!
A giant hedgehog statue is spotted in London's Clapham Common after a survey reveals many Brits have never seen one in the wild. Naturalist Sir David Attenborough hopes to educate the masses about such creatures on his new show.
It's not exactly Mr. Fusion but it's getting close. All Power Labs in Berkeley, Calif., has built and sold hundreds of gasifiers around the world. The portable power source runs on organic material like corn cobs and coconut shells. But it's not just cleaner burning. Even the waste is good for the planet. All Power Lab's Tom Price shows us how it works.
Crave's Eric Mack doesn't recognize much about his alma mater 17 years later, except perhaps for the school spirit that launched a viral video and earned Lakewood High School a visit from a pop star.
The $35 credit-card-sized computer, designed for hobbyists, developers, and students, is a basically a small motherboard outfitted with its own CPU and a variety of ports.