In a series of new ads, the very smart company suggests that only the supposedly progressive will truly love its wares.
In the big tech news of the week, the Galaxy Nexus steals the RAZR's thunder, but the iPhone 4S trumps them both. Plus: Lytro is here!
Google Fiber has been on a small surge lately with a number of new small town stops, but IHS iSuppli is skeptical about a nationwide tour.
Pick up a Flux Capacitor or Mr. Fusion for that quirky genius inventor on your gift list. O'Reilly Auto Parts lists both in its online catalog. No word on availability or price.
Tackling the infinite monkey theorum, a programmer says he's recreated Shakespeare through random typing. It's a great idea, but the claim is too grand.
Hulu's coming Wednesday! Ars Technica says it's lame. Beatles on iTunes! Michael Jackson says no. Sprint's superfast data for HTC Mogul only. Get the picture?
Too busy not feeling guilty about your un-environmentally friendly gadget purchase to keep up with all matters Crave this week? Here's some of what you missed.
From Japan, a device promises to guesstimate how old you are just by emitting a high-frequency sound similar to a mosquito's buzz.
Company adds legal protections for intellectual property matters involving the photos and other content it licenses.
Also notable in data firm Pear Analytics' breakdown of tweet species is that there's less spam than expected.