Due out soon, JBL's $60 Pebbles offer a unique take on media speakers with a circular, snail-like design.
Experimental artists may have constructed the cutest musical instrument ever: an "organ" played by mice with a penchant for Brahms, Schubert, and Mozart.
A number of the entertainment entries on Twitter's top trends of 2010 were promoted via its paid ad system. This either taints Twitter's authenticity or proves its edgy business model.
Errant items can cause startup/shutdown issues after updates.
Actor, presenter, geek and electric car fan Robert Llewellyn opens a series of columns on green tech with a rant about, er, calling it 'green tech'.
The astronauts' "wake-up songs" for the final two space shuttle missions have been put to a poll. 4chan may want to be aware that they can't write in Rick Astley.
Roll up, roll up, it's Crave Podcast number 90. This week -- just like every damned week -- we bring you the best in tech news, gadget hands-on and Net-based frivolity
Some photos indicate that Google may have begun mapping European streets--and is using laser scanners to create a 3D view as they go.
If you're looking to spend £14,000 of a new pair of floorstanding speakers, we've just got back from France after looking a just such a pair you might want to consider