A robotic kitchen stocked with a database of 2,000 recipes becomes a high-tech personal chef.
IBM's Watson isn't just serious about crunching numbers, it's also serious about crunching food.
Until food replicators become a thing, we'll still be bringing lunches from home. So instead of brown-bagging it, pack a Pokemon or put Eggo in Lego.
The latest update for Google's Book reading app brings a skim feature that helps you find what you're looking for, faster.
The Tovolo Crock-Book Holder has combination functionality to appeal to both modern and classic recipe followers. The countertop accessory can be used as a tablet stand or book holder.
The Netflix competitor beats the drum on original TV aimed at children -- shows that don't often win flashy Emmys but tend to keep high-spending subscribers loyal.
Zest is an app designed to complement the entire cooking experience -- and it's the best we've seen.
Putting edible bugs on the menu Wednesday, restaurants worldwide are temporarily turning themselves into "pestaurants."
Two years ago this week, authorities arrested a computer programmer, Bassel Khartabil, involved in protests against the Syrian government. There's still no word on when he'll be released.
The next step for IBM's famous cognitive computer is being creative at a high level, and partnering with people. So why not apply that computing power to cuisine? At SXSW, that's what IBM is doing.