Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman visited the factory where some of the best ice cream on the planet comes off a conveyor belt at the rate of 250,000 pints a day.
You can have fresh waffle cones in the comfort of your own home with the Smart Planet Waffle Cone Maker.
"Fresh" isn't usually a word you hear when it comes to ice cream. But technology is changing the way this good old-fashioned treat can be made. Instead of having dozens of vats of frozen premade flavors, one San Francisco ice cream parlor whips up your order while you wait. Sumi Das shows us the special machine and technique that turns the ingredients from liquid to an ice cream scoop in about a minute.
Food inventor Charles Francis uses synthesized jellyfish protein to create glowing ice cream that costs more than $200 a scoop.
San Francisco business serves up made-to-order ice cream with a machine -- developed by the shop owner -- that runs on liquid nitrogen and uses fresh ingredients without the stabilizing ingredients found in pre-made products.
Residents of the Swedish town of Eslov complain about the cheery jingles emitted by an approaching ice cream truck. So silence and text messages are the answer.
Uber rolls out its on-demand treats service again -- and this time it's doing it globally.
Android 4.1 and 4.2 combine for 28.4 percent of active devices running the mobile OS, claiming second place from Ice Cream Sandwich. Meanwhile, Gingerbread starts to crumble.
Most Android phones are still two generations behind, but figures reveal Ice Cream Sandwich is on a quarter of Android blowers.
Amazon's tablet-optimised app is out now on Google Play, for an altogether more tablet-shaped shopping experience.