Posted July 18, 2018 by Creature Features

The Minecraft Wolf SquishMe mascot from Evolete is one of 8 squeezable characters from the popular sandbox video game.

Posted May 28, 2018 by Ron Callari

The love of cats on the Internet is infamous. From 'Grumpy Cat' to 'Lil Bub,' cats make up some of the most viewed content on the web. Thought Catalogue has described them as the “unofficial mascot of the Internet.” But there is a marked difference between viral and real cats, namely some of the same differences we find between domesticated and feral felines.

Posted January 16, 2018 by Ron Callari

I guess the original impetus for Goat Simulator was to compete with the Internet’s love of dogs and cats. I’m certainly a dedicated advocate of dogs with the release of my new online initiative known as ‘Canines Reimagined’ — but so much for my obvious self-promotion — "goats' seem to be the latest Internet craze sweeping the zeitgeist.

Posted November 14, 2017 by Creature Features

SONY's AIBO robotic pet dog is returning to store shelves but Rover's return won't come cheap since SONY requires owners to subscribe to a pricey cloud back-up service.

Posted October 26, 2017 by Creature Features

Did we mention Qoobo has no head, arms or legs? Yeah, this therapeutic and hypoallergenic robotic pet is basically a furry purring 'body' with a tail that wags, which isn't at all disturbing – especially to those already IN therapy.

Posted October 31, 2016 by John P. Barker

Look into the glowing eyes of Pleurobot, the world's first robotic salamander!  That's right, folks!  Scientists have built a mechanized amphibian.  But why?

Posted June 21, 2015 by John P. Barker

Look!  Up in the sky!  It's a bird!  It's... What is that?  It's not quite a bird...  Is it?

Posted May 10, 2015 by Ron Callari

Google’s been developing creative doodles for over a decade now. Whether, it's to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries
or special events in history, these gifs are something we’ve come to
look forward to. So it’s not a surprise this year, that the Grand Daddy
of search engine . . .