Skoda Auto has unveiled a giant, high-spec stroller that it's calling "the ultimate accessory for new dads."
With an LCD interface, built-in generators, cup holders, and an automatic folding and unfolding feature, this tricked-out stroller sounds more like a Prius.
Baby stroller from 4Moms, owned by Pittsburgh-based Thorley Industries, has embedded lights, folds and opens itself, has plenty of cup holders, and regenerates power as it is pushed.
Modded stroller resembles 'Star Wars' vehicle
A car is stopped by two men in San Francisco. One man confronts the driver. The other allegedly reaches into the back seat and steals a tablet from a toddler who's playing with it.
Sammy Screamer is a little motion-sensitive attachment that alerts you via smartphone when your stuff gets moved.
This week on Crave, smash up some computers for a chance to win cash. Also, we take a trip around Saturn and demo the world's first smart guitar pick.
Apple has snapped up local transit and directions service Hopstop to bolster its mapping services.
Contest promoting the new film "ParaNorman" promises movie-themed sneaks to the people who submit the weirdest childhood pictures via Twitter.