Thursday's Google Doogle turns the spotlight on the late, great jazz singer.
At CES, Parrot shows off a beautiful but costly speaker system that connects with just about anything. Crave's Christopher Macmanus goes ears-on.
The newest version of Office will make better use of the cloud and social networks, and CEO Steve Ballmer says an uncompromised version will run on tablets.
Researchers at the University of British Columbia create gloves that can turn hand gestures into sound, giving those with hearing and speech disabilities a new way to talk and sing.
From video games you play with your urine stream to high-tech talking toilets, Japanese like their loos sexy, smart, and fun. Click through our gallery.
The lead designer behind Google's new Android 3.0 Honeycomb software has been talking about its applications beyond tablets, and the inspiration behind its look and feel.
Honda claims the world's first subcompact hybrid.
The hybrid supermini, to debut at the Paris Motor Show, will borrow most of its propulsion technology from its Honda Insight big brother.
Honda's all set to bust out a hybrid version of its funny-looking Jazz, making it the first manufacturer to create a hybrid supermini.
If you're wondering whether the ink will fade after a hot bath, the company says it uses a sublimation process that fuses the ink into the fabric itself and is so lasting you can even throw the curtain into the washing machine for a spin.