Will the new iPod Touch withstand grubby Cheetos fingers or sticky fruit punch? We find some kids to give the iPod Touch a good ol' torture. Oh, and we also freeze it, heat it, and drop it! See if it survives.
Blackberry users have always hated fun, but today we'll discuss why the company's market share dropped 50% in the last three years. We'll also lament the end of Newsweek's printed magazine, trace back the life of Game Genie, and bid farewell to Flamin' Hot Cheetos from our daily diet.
BlackBerry users have always hated fun, but today we'll discuss why the company's market share dropped 50 percent in the last three years. We'll trace the life of Game Genie, and bid farewell to Flamin' Hot Cheetos.
How green is your trash can? Recycling firm TerraCycle has created plastic garbage cans out of chip bags. The process reportedly produces about 40 percent less CO2 emissions compared with virgin plastic.
The PlayStation 3 gets Netflix streaming, Wal-Mart wants to offer IT support, and how to make speakers out of your used junk food wrappers.
Waste recycling firm TerraCycle has developed passive audio player speakers from discarded bags of Doritos and Cheetos and wrappers from Mars candy bars.
Game challenges players to make money by recycling for profit, mimicking the sponsor's real-life business model.
CNET editor Dong Ngo's roundup of reviews on 4G Internet access.
A real-world crooner sees what happens when she takes the virtual stage to perform Creedence Clearwater Revival. Note: even singing avatars get butterflies sometimes.
This week on Crave we have woofers for your baby, woofers shaped like fans, eyelashes for your car, and bike lanes with power-ups. It's madness.