Google has jumped on board the Harlem Shake craze, letting you transform YouTube into one big dance floor.
If you spend any time on the internet at all, you've probably noticed a completely baffling new craze sweeping YouTube: the Harlem Shake. So what the heck is it?
Apple's Beats reaches for profundity as it shows LeBron James losing weight and gaining soul in a new campaign.
Zoe, which will be available on Android and iOS, represents the first app out of HTC's newly formed Creative Labs, tasked with building apps and devices that go beyond its smartphones.
The Fever Smart patch thermometer acts like a mini nurse, tracking a child's temperature and sending the data to the parent's smartphone.
The company unveils TouchSense Engage, which uses touch feedback technology to simulate the roar of a crowd or the boom of an explosion.
In a "Star Wars" parody of hit song "Chandelier," Leia and Chewie indulge in a seductive, yet hilarious, dance number.
Microsoft unveiled this huge cube as a digital experience at a festival in Seattle this week; you can dance with it and see your body reflected in a bunch of little cubes. Do you have your dancing shoes on? Let's boogie.
A window installation by artist Simon Heijdens is connected to wind and sun sensors, which create a dazzling play of changing light.
If you've never seen 'bots dancing to Psy's breakout hit, you should. Guaranteed it will make you feel better about the impending robot takeover.