Jan. 5, 2011 at 9:48 AM ET
If you're browsing previews of this week's 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, you're probably reading a lot about old-fashioned computer guts: processors and screens and inputs and size.
In fact, have $3,300 and a hankering to prepare perfect rib roast? The Thermador Masterpiece steam and convection oven took us by surprise last night, in the middle of a preview of CES gadgetry.
Other cool stuff? Tremont Electric founder and CEO Aaron Lemieux describes how hiking the Appalachian Trail inspired the design for an energy-capturing phone charger.
In Facebook news, now that Goldman Sachs has $450 million invested in the world's largest social network, Facebook's chief financial officer had to explain to the investment firm how Facebook works ... apparently your grandparents weren't available.
Meanwhile on Twitter, Nancy Pelosi changed her Twitter handle from @SpeakerPelosi to @NancyPelosi within hours of the House's new Republican leadership being sworn in.
Speaking of movies, Netflix users are more likely to cut the cable cord, turns out.
Those crazy Redditor kids are more than just creative! They helped a homeless man with an amazing radio announcer voice get back on his feet.
If you want to get creative, why not turn an inexpensive girly doll into an action figure? Here's how.