The complex procedure "went swimmingly," according to a statement from the Australian animal hospital where the operation took place.
Forget Pokemon. Two battle-hardened goldfish are vying for bragging rights by taking each other on in Street Fighter.
A design studio has built an Arduino-powered fish tank on wheels that is steered, albeit unknowingly, by the fish swimming inside.
The Guangzhou Auto WitStar self-driving concept car attempts to demonstrate its safety with an onboard fish tank. Because no one would endanger goldfish, right?
A "buoyancy-challenged" goldfish swims around in a special harness designed by her owner.
The online retailer isn't just buying a site that streams goldfish playing video games, it's buying access to the most loyal of gamers.
Why speak to people to find out how they're doing when you can just use facial-recognition software? And if that doesn't work out, try watching goldfish play Street Fighter.
This week on Crave, we teach digital toddlers how to read, watch two goldfish fight to the virtual death, try out some Google Glass facial-recognition, mood-detecting, age-guessing technology, and take comfort in knowing that our fake noPhone is safely in our hands, filling the void.
We never thought we'd be writing this, but apparently there are two fish playing Street Fighter 2, and it's live-streaming on Twitch right now. This is not a drill. Goldfish are, in fact, playing a video game (with the help of some clever programming).
On today's show, Ashley and Khail check out how NASA might use tiny robot swarms to search for resources on other planets, watch two goldfish play Street Fighter 2, and discuss an art installation consisting of a shotgun re-imagined into a flute.