Cornell University's PR2 robot is able to follow a set of instructions to use an espresso machine to autonomously make latte.
Technically Incorrect: A survey asks Americans who they think will most likely pay for items by waving their Apple Watch at a scanner.
One is the base model, and one is the icing on the cake. We'll help break down the pros, cons, and how much extra you pay to upsell from the S6 to the S6 Edge.
Finally, we can see ourselves in our coffee. Also, an inventor shows us how to play Tetris on an LED tie, and dogs can entertain themselves with the iFetch automatic ball launcher.
Let's Cafe prints images on the top of coffee, turning your cup of joe a whole new visual experience. Plus, we help lazy dog owners play with their dogs without getting their hands dirty and try on the amazing Tetris LED tie. All that and a little more on this week's Crave.
If you've ever wanted to drink your own face, now you can. A coffee chain in Taiwan offers a latte printer that creates portraits on top of caffeinated beverages.
The CinniBird lets you write messages on your mashed potatoes or draw smiley faces on your oatmeal. Now that's a pen.
MasterCard customers can enjoy free Internet on trips to the UK without paying out a single pound, shilling or ha'penny.
Some artists paint on a canvas or tablet, but one creative coffee addict makes geeky art with cream and a latte.
Japanese artist Yuko Honda uses a latte's liquid canvas to create creamy logos inspired by popular Web sites and software. Drink some of them in here.