Toto, manufacturer of Japanese high-tech toilets, has opened a store in London. We warm the seat for you
We may not see the Super Mario for iOS everyone desperately wants, but Nintendo is beginning to test the mobile waters in a marketing move, and it could find something useful there.
Japanese toilet manufacturer Toto is rolling out a motorcycle with a built-in toilet that runs on the power of human poo. The Toilet Bike Neo also talks and plays music.
New delta updates feature at Google Play allows users to avoid downloading the app in its entirety, sending only what's new.
Don't get yourself worked up into a lather over cleaning up in the kitchen. This hands-free faucet remote lets you wash dishes without spreading germs and contaminating surfaces.
Its home-brewed alternative to Google Maps may have erased streets, wrinkled bridges, misled pedestrians, and exposed the company to an unusual degree of Internet ridicule, but Apple is keeping up appearances.
Japan's Toto dares to create a toilet that talks. The Neo 2 throne has a penchant for wry humor and bad jokes, and can be controlled via Webcam.
Saturday, November 19 is World Toilet Day. Remember to thank your toilet and take some time to revel in some of the impressive toilet technology that debuted this year.
Japanese toilet maker has come up with a little robot mascot on a mobile strap to promote the company's eco-friendly Greenmax 4.8 toilets.
The social network is rolling out its new timeline feature, which makes your profile more of a personalised, MySpace-like home page.