April 20 has turned into an unofficial celebration of all things marijuana. The tech world isn't immune to the reefer madness, finding inspiration in hemp materials and high-tech vaporizers.
These porcelain busts of presidents and dictators are actually computer speakers, so you can get down with your favorite head of state.
A new video from the American Chemical Society examines the science behind getting high and how some labs are working to prevent "killer" buzzes.
BitSoaps let you clean up with cryptocurrency created with hemp oil, castile, and lavender.
After a threat by government censors leads to the removal of almost all references to "smoking devices," it has been deemed safe for public consumption... the page, that is, not the pot.
The Biobased Kidshouse in the Netherlands is made entirely of natural materials like hemp and coconut husks, completely skipping over the whole fossil fuels issue.
The body of the Kestrel, a four-seat electric vehicle, is engineered using impact-resistant biocomposite derived from Canadian grown and manufactured hemp mats.
Transportation design firm Motive Industries released sketches of what a pickup made of composite material could look like.
If you're fed up of throwing your hard-earned cash into technology's bottomless money pit, check out CNET UK's guide to penny-pinching gizmos.
Because of an old law that makes it illegal to transmit (rather than merely communicate) election results, any Canadian tweeting a result might end up in the klink.