At the Tobit Software booth at the CeBit trade show, robotic pole dancers Lexy and Tess twerk it for the crowd.
This wacky grilling gadget is great for s'mores and ideal for summer, along with sunglasses that can open beer bottles.
Accessory lets you mount a smartphone to your dSLR to be used in creative ways, like playing a video for the kiddos to make them smile for the camera.
While Mars dominates space-related headlines, a stunning revelation from Mercury could end up being one of the biggest astronomy stories of the year.
Google gets into the holiday spirit, but it's probably not the first holiday that comes to your mind. That's right, it's Festivus time in Google search results.
A century after explorer Roald Amundsen arrived there, the South Pole is a hub for scientific exploration.
Yamaha's sweet-sounding universal audio player looks pretty slick on its stand, but costs more than $1,000.
What are you craving this week? Brian Tong and guest hostess Erica Ogg talk about the HP Mini-Note, a bolder Blackberry, Eye-Fi SD cards, the winners for our one-liners, and a Wii game that's not for the family.
Wind farms aren't just about putting steel into the ground. A start-up is carving a business out of getting better wind-speed data to predict electricity output.
Jimmie Johnson continues to establish himself as the guy to beat in Nascar's 2009 Chase for the Cup by winning the Banking 500 this past Saturday.