Tech companies, however glamorous, sometimes fail. Last week, this fate befell Ashton Kutcher-backed Pickwick and Weller. However, did the company bother telling its loyal customers? Ah, no.
A company offers customers the choice to customize men's dress shirts via its Web interface. "Project Runway," here I come.
For Crave contributor Kelsey Adams, a longtime casual X-Men fan, the latest movie was as fun as she'd hoped and smarter than she expected. Here's why. (Caution: spoilers.)
Let your chest handle the social networking with QR code T-shirts from ScanMe. Your custom-printed bar code shirt leads back to your Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter profiles.
Ride-sharing startup enables users to sell or book empty seats over long distances. SmartPlanet looks at how the company uses Facebook to connect drivers and passengers.
Sure, there were exceptions. But overall CES 2012 was pretty dismal for anyone interested in wireless.
The iPhone 4 was supposed to leave the iPad in the dust--but Apple's big tablet is hardly obsolete.
This week, George bought two groundbreaking tech devices: the first was the Flash-Matic remote control, the first wireless remote for a television and a relic from 1955; the second was the Apple iPad.
Users of the new service, which is in beta, can decide if they want status updates to be one-way or two-way.
This week's giveaway offers a chance to design $300 worth of your own men's shirts at custom-shirt Web site ShirtsMyWay. You know, actual button-up shirts. Look sharp, feel sharp!