Qoopy, a luxury day care service for pet chickens, has the Web buzzing, but you won't be dropping Miss Featherfluffers off there anytime soon.
New sites like Dog Vacay and Rover.com are connecting dog-sitting hosts with local pet owners who can't travel with Fido this summer. Kara Tsuboi brings you the latest in high-tech dog sitting.
From high-tech pet sitters to social media to Web cams, dog owners now have a plethora of tech-related resources to keep them well-connected to their furry friends.
The band is back together again, just in time for the release of the Apple iPhone 4S. Like everyone else in the first world, we have our share of complaints, but to whine about its aesthetics is to downplay the exciting changes to iOS 5, so we'll try to keep it posi without coming off as fanboiz.
Israeli researchers develop system that sounds an alarm to wake the baby and alert the parents if an infant's skin tone changes enough to indicate a slowing heart rate.
Google wants to be the best on the planet, but it's increasingly growing impatient when its employees expect it to live up to its own hype. Daycare is just the latest example.
Casio's still pumping out old-school watches. Here's one CNET editor's defense of why he wears one.
Part of the company's "sound camera" series of iPhone apps, the Baby Cam draws your baby's attention with a collection of lifelike sounds.
A rumor on gossip blog Valleywag says that Google will soon stop offering free meals and snacks to employees. If it's true, it's a big deal.
The California Department of Public Health sends cease and desist letters to 13 companies, including Navigenics and 23andMe, co-founded by Anne Wojcicki, wife of Google's Sergey Brin.