For data lovers, the Flower Power tracks and charts well. For everybody else, the Flower Power lacks the convenience of the competition.
A bonsai tree and a floral bouquet float into the stratosphere, where they're photographed before being lost forever. Why? Art -- that's why.
The geological features on dwarf planet Ceres are now named after agricultural gods and goddesses, while we're still waiting to hear about the sci-fi names chosen for features of Pluto's moon.
Pay your respects in this online memorial to those who met their ends in Westeros and beyond. But be careful, this graveyard is haunted by spoilers.
Through careful modification of simple chemicals in a beaker, Wim Noorduin is able to grow beautiful crystalline structures at the nano scale.
Wim Noorduin is creating stunning fields of flowers and gardens of coral structures. But you'll need a microscope to see these nano-wonders.
The Parrot Flower Power measures the moisture, temperature, light exposure, and fertilizer levels of the soil near your plant. It collects and stores this data and sends it to your iOS device via Bluetooth.
This smart plant sensor has lots of features, but struggles with specificity and communication.
Microscopic and chemical analyses of the elusive and mysterious hair ice have finally revealed its secret: fungus.
CNET's Sumi Das rounds up a unique batch of high-tech treats for Mother's Day, including a smart onesie that helps first-time moms worry less and a monthly shopping fix delivered to her doorstep.