Up for noshing on some worms? Start a protein-rich mealworm ranch in your own home with a Kickstarter project aimed at sustainable living.
Technically Incorrect: An Australian computer repair store owner is holding his lunch when it goes bang. Tempered glass can do that.
We visited a futuristic eatery called Eatsa that just opened in San Francisco. You don't have to deal with humans there, just screens.
Got a killer startup idea to sell? You might want to start lunching at these eateries popular among engineers, CEOs and venture capitalists alike.
Until food replicators become a thing, we'll still be bringing lunches from home. So instead of brown-bagging it, pack a Pokemon or put Eggo in Lego.
Plus, we learn what Hideo Kojima had for lunch today.
Yoshinori Ono shares his thoughts on 20 years of game development, his friendly rival, Tekken's Katsuhiro Harada, and the challenges young developers will face when senior developers start to retire.
A new school year has started and with it comes the daunting task of packing health school lunches. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on meal planning apps and websites that make the classic PB&J look downright old fashioned.
For Road Trip 2015, CNET uncovers where tech workers -- everyone from programmers to CEOs to venture capitalists -- line up for lunch in downtown San Francisco.
Technically Incorrect: Colin Kaepernick as Al Pacino from "Scent Of A Woman." Rob Gronkowski as, well, what is that? Now this ad is what might be called a launch. Or a very strange lunch.