A Japanese creative agency applies "cutting-edge" technology to chunks of ice to create multidimensional mini sculptures best enjoyed over -- or in -- a cocktail.
The social network says it will push more "high quality" articles in News Feed and occasionally resurface stories with new comments to keep conversations going.
You just have to don goggles equipped with infrared LEDs and run in front of an infrared camera that tracks your bobbing head.
Some are finding their final resting place in mechanized crypts, while one Buddhist temple has virtual memorials for sale.
Newly developed nanocapsules could one day deliver alcohol-digesting enzymes into a person's system to quickly lower blood alcohol content.
Standing 2,080 feet tall, the Tokyo Sky Tree is a new digital broadcast tower built on reclaimed land in the Japanese capital. Engineers are confident it won't topple in an earthquake.
As part of a global recycling campaign, a humanoid-robot-looking creature is showing up at random Beijing post offices to inspire people to turn in their old handsets.
A behind-the-scenes look at a Chinese "Shanzhai" market, where you can get an iPhone in any colour or shape and with features Apple doesn't offer. But what are the drawbacks of these unofficial phones?
Our erstwhile Shanghai correspondent Brendon Chase wanders into a Shanghai tech market to sort the fake from the real and to see how the fake iPhones stack up to the real thing.
ZTE reveals the Salute from Verizon as its first U.S. cell phone with a top-tier carrier. The Chinese company also shares its ambitions for growth.