The Star Wars universe can be as close as your lawn when you install a famous droid as a garden sentinel.
A company from Japan has developed a stylish toaster-sized box in which you can grow plants, vegetables and herbs without the need of a garden -- or even a back yard.
The app for phones and tablets gathers a bunch of free, educational games in one place for easy access and parental supervision.
A designer's thought-provoking fashion collection includes a sprouted vest, a dress made from hot-melt glue and a jacket that says "moo."
The Edyn Garden Sensor does a lot of things right, but an unfinished app mars the experience.
The open multiplayer beta debuts on PS4 and Xbox One. Here's everything you need to know.
Boost your gardening cred with Opcom Link's Farm Cube, a $4,000 indoor plant incubator with related app that helps you grow your favorite vegetables.
A green plot of zinnias is growing inside a floating world full of titanium, Kevlar and steel, giving astronauts a reminder of home. First, flowers, next, food?
Backyard Battleground gives both the Plants and Zombies their own home base, with a bonus warzone wedged right in between.
EA is giving out 80,000 PvZ coins to all players to celebrate the milestone.