A Japanese company has created a series of photos of kitties resting atop sushi rice. Why? Because the fate of modern civilization rests on cute cats.
Molly Wood visits Willow Garage in Silicon Valley and gets a first-hand look at a bot that is programmed to act as a personal sushi waiter.
The latest volley in the flying-food fight involves a sushi chain testing out flying quadcopter delivery of its new rice burgers to customers' tables.
Lazy sushi chefs, rejoice, for the Sushi Bazooka is here to squish your rice and fish into recognizable rolls.
Chopstakes are chopstick-inspired styli for your iPad. Folks with nimble fingers can use both in one hand to zoom, swipe, and draw without leaving greasy fingerprints on the touchscreen.
"This is one of my favorite robot demos ever," seasoned robot observer Molly Wood says as Willow Garage's open-source PR2 lays out a sushi feast.
Suzumo's latest robot chef can fill your belly with endless tofu-wrapped rice balls for a cool $50,000.
A photo of a plate of sushi making the rounds today appears to be taken by Apple's next iPhone. Posted to Flickr, it's listed as an iPhone 4, but the EXIF data says otherwise.
Who says you shouldn't play with your food? Here's a look at a Japanese manufacturer's DIY sushi kit that tastes like grape gummis.