Deep in Tokyo's Shinjuku district is a place of wonder and technology, an explosive spectacle of robots, glitz and lasers: the Robot Restaurant.
Google's home page honors the arrival of the Winter Olympics in Sochi. It also makes a deliberate point about human rights, using the International Olympics Committee's own words.
Give your kids a head start on coding with the book Hello Ruby, which teaches the fundamentals through adorable stories and activities.
That's the lowest price to date on Google's popular tablet, but it does involve a pretty hefty rebate.
Anonymous has decided to take its campaigns offline, with a protest centred on messing up security cameras.
Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman gets a look at how the famous crayons are produced, and is too nice to keep such delightful information to himself.
As part of Road Trip 2010, CNET's Daniel Terdiman stops by Crayola to witness how the company produces more than 3 billion crayons a year.
Want real-time iPad collaboration across the world? Fledgling Kickstarter project Collusion might just be the solution.
The free and fun Super Hero Movie Maker for iOS gives kids the tools to build minifig movies, one frame at a time.
To color-blind CNET copy editor Jeff Sparkman, different shades look alike or just altogether wrong, which makes it hard to delineate colors on his monitor. Can this little program make things easier?