After suffering a solar panel power outage due to squirrels with a taste for electrical cables, CNET's Martin LaMonica evens the score and learns his lesson.
The BlackBerry PlayBook has been delayed for a month because Apple has hoarded all the touchscreens.
Cowon Japan is helping to distribute a boutique line of Motz MP3 players, concealed within wooden acorns, photo frames, or a DIY package.
The Mega-Sonic ScatterCat Pest Repeller fires an invisible high-frequency sound that's inaudible to humans but scares the felines--and other creatures--away.
"Top zoologists concede that the penguin would be more widespread if it guarded its eggs instead of its bow tie," reports Fake Science, a repository of old science illustrations with new captions.
Scientists worldwide use camera traps to capture images and video of elusive wild animals. CNET's Kara Tsuboi visits a Bay Area wildlife preserve to see who prowls that territory after the sun goes down.
An Italian woman visits San Francisco last month and seemingly becomes a victim of a feathered camera thief. Unless, of course, the thief was GoPro's marketing department.
The camera maker's new flagship megazoom packs a 40x 22.4-896mm lens.
A do-it-yourself kit for installing a handful of solar panels lets people dip their toes into grid-tied solar power.
Is there some way for the open-source community to preempt the threats made against it?