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MIT has built a "garden" consisting of over 100 robots that fold up like origami, glow in changing colours, crawl and swim.
There are beautiful flower gardens, and then there are beautiful flower gardens made from multiple miniature cameras. Have a stroll through the latter variety.
True love flowers at Cornell University as a horticultural-minded grad student digs in deep to plant a colorful marriage proposal.
A Golden Snitch becomes the ring-bearer for a magically geeky proposal with "Harry Potter" flair.
Lego bricks first arrived in Australia 50 years ago. They seem to have gotten bigger in the intervening decades. A life-size Lego forest recently popped up in the Outback.
This week, we harnessed static electricity through our fingertips and used it to rock our new folding guitar.
CNET editors Jim Kerstetter and Leslie Katz share the same birthday but have different perspectives on the value of sharing the date publicly on Facebook.
Many of Apple's most loyal fans thought the iPad would be underwhelming, and yet they still flocked to stores on opening weekend to pick it up--once they'd seen that the masses were springing for it.
The Lollipop Cookie Pan lets you turn your favorite cookies into a treat to go.
Being green isn't just Earth-friendly. Reducing your energy output can prolong the life of your hardware--especially a laptop or Netbook--and can help save cash, which we all know is the 'greenest' motivation around.