The newest product from open-source hardware leader Adafruit Industries, the plushies are meant to enthrall the young hacker in your life.
New plush toys from the open-source hardware leader are meant to engage the minds of young hackers. But who can resist (get it?) these wonderful plushies?
The up-and-coming Chinese smartphone manufacturer has gone from obscurity to China's number-one vendor in just four years. Xiaomi owes a large part of that to its attitude toward customers.
The Japanese messaging app Line may be blocked in China, but it's still raking in cash from merchandise based on its cartoon characters at a huge mall in Beijing.
Absent-minded sun worshipers can retrofit a regular hat with a UV index sensor to remind them to re-slather on sunscreen.
A report from 9to5Mac claims that Google will be opening its own permanent stores in the US by the end of 2013.
Angry Bird plushies, Angry Bird dresses, and now Angry Bird playgrounds? Yep, they're coming.
On today's Most Epic Buzz Out Loud Episode Ever, we interview the founders of Skout.com and find out there's an easier way to find love and friendship all around you than the way you have to do it in Sweden. Also, how Verizon is trying to murder the Galaxy Nexus and Google is letting it. Plus, David Lucatch (don't get his name wrong, take it from me) and Gene Simmons (yes, THAT Gene Simmons) join us to talk about the magic wand that is Ortsbo. We'd believe it even if Gene didn't say so.
Caroline McCarthy takes Wilson's place today for a review on Mark Zuckerberg's 60 Minutes interview, the Furry Phenomenon, American Psycho:The Musical, and a $62k iPhone crafted with T-Rex teeth and meteors.
Forget Kermie. Now you can make your own Muppet with FAO Schwarz's online puppet designer, Muppet Whatnot.