Sense Mother and Motion Cookies are a flexible network of sensors you can put on anything from a toothbrush to a backpack. Feel better?
We let one of our forum fans, Marc Crane, loose on the Karotz -- the latest word in bunny-shaped home communications devices.
French graffiti artist Andre claims work of art.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind demos a Wi-Fi radio that is designed in the shape of a rabbit. The bunny lets users communicate through any hotspot on the Internet.\r\n
News.com's got a gallery up on the dissection of the plastic rabbit.
Arimaz's MyDeskFriend is a little robot penguin that communicates with Facebook.
One of our listeners is upset that Pizza Hut is hiring interns to Twitter for them. We try to show the difference between astroturfing on blogs and hiring someone to Twitter legitimately.
Bonjour, gadget-loveurs. French magazine Amusement is the first to connect to the Internet -- via a robo-rabbit -- thanks to an embedded RFID tag. Ménage a trois!
The 'net gets friendly, courtesy of Internode and Chumby.
The ear-wiggling, weather-reading rabbit returns with some new tricks up his sleeve: now he smells, hears and picks up Internet radio