A YouTube video from Minnesota shows a teacher prepare a freezing trampoline and then leap backward onto it. For a couple of seconds.
A soon-to-open attraction in Wales will allow visitors to play on massive trampolines suspended inside a ginormous subterranean cave.
A 51-metre road at Russia's Archstoyanie architecture festival is not tarmac, but trampoline.
A sidewalk for jumpy people and a pet pedometer that tracks Fido's activity. That's right! The Crave podcast is making a comeback with producer Stephen Beacham.
Russia has built the world's first trampoline sidewalk, and Fujitu's pet pedometer tracks your dog's exercise activity. That's right! The Crave podcast is making a comeback and producer Stephen Beacham is here to bring you the latest news about the technology you got to see.
Forget the bouncy house. Now there's the bouncy sidewalk, which debuted at a recent modern-art festival in Russia.
French architecture firm has a novel way of crossing the Seine River: jump it. You can catch views of the Eiffel Tower as you hurtle into the drink.
Apple's iPhone 5 and iOS 6 weren't the only things on display at today's big event in San Francisco, as a few drool-worthy apps also made appearances.
For nine weeks, CNET ran a daily photo challenge, asking readers to identify a mystery picture. Here's how the contest winner got 100 percent of the right answers.
A new episode known as as Utopia has been added to Angry Birds Space, promising even more challenges.