They sound like heaven on earth.
Toyota shows off its FT-MV concept at the 2007 Tokyo auto show.
Rocking chairs aren't just for grandparents. The iRock has built-in speakers and charges your iOS device while you relax.
Where are most people playing mobile games? While commuting, waiting in line, or at work? Nope, it's actually in bed.
Coinciding with the Amgen Tour of California, Nissan turned a NV2500 cargo van into a man cave on wheels.
As the Google campuses proved long ago, employee productivity depends largely on comfort and morale, and while I've given up on begging human resources at CNET to hire an in-house chef, maybe they'll front the bill for a set of USB sofas.
At first it might sound odd, but this high-tech remote might be going places.
Spas are no place for fitness. Ever.
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Japanese idea of an exercise lounge chair won't fly in U.S.