We're no strangers to unusual video game promotional items, but today's unexpected collection of pottery figures inspired by the hit casual game Plants vs. Zombies takes the cake.
The oddest package to land on our desk so far this week (although it's only Monday) is this collection of pottery pieces inspired by the hit casual game Plants vs. Zombies, in honor of the Limited Edition "Game of the Year" PC version of PvZ.
From the wizards at MIT Media Lab, the DishMaker creates plates, cups, and bowls right in your home.
Pottery Barn has a line of Smart Technology products for your home/office
The gang debates this week's tech topics, from predictions for Apple's upcoming press event, to the decommissioning of the ATI brand, to the very latest in high-tech video game pottery.
On this week's episode, we mourn the death of a GPU giant, as parent company AMD prepares to kill off the ATI brand. Then we make our predictions for this week's upcoming Apple event, and check out price increases for Xbox Live and price drops for Nintendo's DSi. Finally, if you've ever wanted to see some hand-made pottery based on a popular video game? We've got you covered!
The English town of Stoke-on-Trent decides to text those who are seriously overweight. The intention is to be motivational. But won't it just be annoying?
The social network will let users "collect" images of products that they can buy. Facebook isn't taking a cut -- yet.
Users who test the Pinterest-like feature can "save", "add," and "Wishlist," in addition to "collect" and "want," with 13 different brands.
Internet meme star Grumpy Cat gets an artistic makeover from dozens of Alabama artists, resulting in a show and auction of disgruntled-cat creations.