Skip the salt and sugar bombs and get fresh salads and snacks from the Farmer's Fridge, now available in Chicago.
An intrepid iPhone went on an accidental journey across the sea after getting sucked into a grain elevator, but a happy ending was in order.
This delightful ad for Peaceful Belly farm's Freaks of the Garden sale uses twerking and Blackstreet's "No Diggity" to promote GMO-free, organic produce.
Bonaverde has developed an all-in-one coffee machine that roasts, grinds and brews. The company sees a future where consumers are directly connected with coffee farmers.
A female cow's privates aren't so private anymore with Anemon, a system that senses when she is in heat and texts an alert to the farmer.
Road Trip 2011: For 25 years, Porsche has offered its customers a high degree of customization for their new cars. Buyers can choose from any number of unusual interior-leather color combinations, and can even have their ranch's brand embossed on the seats. For a price, of course.
Ofcom is forcing BT to cap its wholesale broadband prices in rural parts, hopefully resulting in individual ISPs charging more competitive rates for country customers.
Nokia announced the 3720 Classic, a ruggedised phone that promises to stand up to the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune -- like being run over by a combine harvester
5 million homes in rural Britain are set for next-generation super-fast broadband. Fujitsu has teamed up with Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Cisco to carry cable to the countryside.
Using cloud-based data analytics, WeatherBill seeks to reduce risks for farmers, as investor interest grows in agriculture and in technologies to adapt to climate change.