Cool use of a Facebook fan page: A hub for photographs taken by an ape with a digital camera.
Even by high-end standards, DeVore Fidelity's new Orangutan 0/93 speakers rise above the fray.
A program called Apps for Apes has swung its way into the Smithsonian's National Zoo in the U.S. capital.
The Audiophiliac checks out the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest convention in Denver.
BlackBerry's much-awaited ad for its Z10 offers a glimpse of everything that the phone can't do. Is that supposed to be intriguing? Perhaps.
A new program at the Miami zoo involves using iPads to communicate with orangutans. With tougher "orangutan-proof" screens, the zoo may let the general public in on the high-tech gabfest as well.
What a Microsoft Bing app for the iPhone might look like, plus other headlines of the day.
Alan Partridge's greatest idea has now been realised: Monkey Tennis has arrived on the iPhone
A small modification to e-mail notifications lets you reply to comments through e-mail. Unfortunately, you still can't reply to in-box messages through e-mail.
A tricked-out Fisher Price Activity Center with pictures of family members and friends attached and an Arduino board inside lets toddlers sent predefined messages to their own Twitter accounts.