The super-smart New Caledonian crow tends to tip its head to one particular side when it is wielding tools. Researchers have figured out why.
The company is seeking a patent for Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advanced emulators, compatible with a variety of devices.
This week on Crave we explore promising food options like a pizza vending machine and a hand-held espresso machine. We get a glimpse into the beautiful, microscopic world of chemical reactions and meet Toshiba's communication android that's learning to speak sign language.
Robots will someday take over the world and, YES! they will need to order the hearing impaired around also.
Thai phone provider DTAC shows that sometimes you can't use your phone to stop a kid crying. Sometimes, you just have to be human.
When Raytheon decided to build a new missile factory, it brought in new technologies and replaced a manual-intensive process that was prone to mistakes.
Ride with CNET's Daniel Terdiman as he explores the best tech spots in Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
You know you shouldn't use your mobile when driving, but where do the Australian state and territory laws stand on the matter?
The Israeli gesture-control company believes that hand and finger motions are a more versatile way to control wearable computers, and Lumus agreed.
The Queensland police will be using the CSIRO's Zebedee scanner to map crime scenes in 3D.