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Twitter redesign: Close but no cigar

Too bad Steve Jobs never got his hands on a microblogging site whose design has long been serviceable but crappy.

By December 8, 2011

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2009 Mitsubishi Outlander XLS: close, but no cigar (review)

While the 2009 Mitsubishi Outlander's tech package is still at the head of its class and it still gives great performance at a great price point, the rough ride and cheap interior hold it back from greatness.

By March 13, 2009

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At least e-cigar is better for your lungs

The Ruyan Vegas Freestyle E-cigar works rather like the e-cigarette by using a microchip, atomizer, airflow sensor, and liquid cartridge to mimic the experience of cigar smoking.

By July 17, 2008

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'Baby USB Drives'? Close, but no cigar

You can hand them out instead of stogies. Maybe.

By May 5, 2008

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'Pop Art' toaster: Close, but no (pirate's) cigar

If only the pirate toaster were available in the States...

By April 27, 2007

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Bitcoin ATM yanked after brief debut

One of America's first Bitcoin teller machines popped up in New Mexico earlier this year. When Crave's Eric Mack stopped by to make a deposit recently, it was already gone.

By April 2, 2014

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The best robot vs. Rory McIlroy golf contest you will ever see

The problem with a lot of robots is that few have a highly honed sense of humor. However, one golfing robot trash-talked Rory McIlroy to utter distraction.

By June 29, 2013

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I bought $20 worth of bitcoin at an ATM in Albuquerque

One of the nation's first bitcoin ATMs debuts in New Mexico, and Crave writer Amanda Kooser swings by to make a transaction.

By February 19, 2014

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Apple iRadio reportedly held up by song skipping fee dispute

Negotiations for Apple's music streaming service have hit a snag, according to a report, with Apple and Sony at loggerheads.

By May 18, 2013

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In 'Futurama,' robots follow 'Bender's Law,' not Asimov's

Isaac Asimov's 21st-century robots followed laws prohibiting harm to humans. By the 31st century in Matt Groening's "Futurama" universe, however, robots have become a bit more open-minded.

By April 12, 2013