Why settle for an ordinary cup of tea? Loose leaves over bagged is a given, but you can jazz things up even more and add a little whimsy to your teacup with a floating duck tea infuser.
Good news for gamers (and rubber duckies). A Kinect-based setup out of Japan transforms water into an interactive surface for playing games, watching movies, and maybe more.
Microscopic artwork shows off the beauty of bacteria and living cells using media such as cancer for artistic expression. And it's kind of gross, too.
The first commercial for the BlackBerry Z10 raised more than a few eyebrows.
Where's My Water 2 is a fun sequel that is sadly overshadowed by a brutal freemium model that makes it impossible for me to recommend it to anyone.
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Jason Parker loves puzzle games and this week's collection of apps is all about mind-bending challenges that use liquid physics.
For nine weeks, CNET ran a daily photo challenge, asking readers to identify a mystery picture. Here's how the contest winner got 100 percent of the right answers.
Coffee lid turns color to indicate that contents are too hot for drinking, or if the lid isn't on tightly and might cause a spill.
Japan's nutty SolidAlliance does it again
Swarovski crystals strike again