Technically Incorrect: A Japanese woman is so unhappy that her boyfriend cheated that she hits him where it hurts.
Love "Game of Thrones" but don't have a significant other to watch Season 5 with? Cuddle up to a custom pillow that will make you feel like you're hugging a man of the Night's Watch.
Technically Incorrect: A Miami doctor was suspended by her hospital after a viral video showed her pitching a fit in an Uber driver's car. Now she says she'd had a few and was smarting from bad news.
A Miami Dolphins player is suspended for a negative Twitter reaction. But he wasn't alone in expressing his disapproval.
This week on Crave we see the future of aircraft landing gear and robotic automobiles inspired by insects and prehistoric fossils, we learn how to get over your ex-boyfriend with the Nickelblock app, and the remains of a young medieval stabbing victim are uncovered after a tree falls during a storm.
Technically Incorrect: Tapping an app and begging for Pizza Hut to call 911 may have saved a Florida woman and her three children from her knife-wielding boyfriend.
In a riveting reworking of the slightly unctuous new Apple ad, Funny or Die offer the deeper truths hidden with it.
With Invisible Girlfriend and Invisible Boyfriend, you can show off a make-believe mate to get family and friends off your back. Crave's Bonnie Burton explains why that's so tempting.
A California woman buys her boyfriend a Christmas present. When he opens his PS4 box and finds a surprise, he says he wants it only if the items are personally signed by Jesus Christ.
When Sir Patrick Stewart couldn't be found to help director Brett Lotriet Best pop the question to his boyfriend, a fan of Captain Picard, Stewart's pal Sir Ian McKellen stepped in.