Adults seeking to relive happy childhood memories can sign up for a weekend summer camp, but they have to surrender all gadgets including phones, tablets, and even watches. CNET's Kara Tsuboi takes us to the camp that's drawing hundreds of people from around the country.
This week, we take a look at the GPS Cookie, which records your movements onto a microSD card for upload and analysis later. Lady Gaga announces a concert in space for 2015, and we order pizza with one push of a button. All that and more this week on Crave.
The GPS Cookie records your movements for later use with Google Earth, we get the skinny on the large Google barge, and Lady Gaga is going to sing in outer space.
Who doesn't love Girl Scout Cookies? Using a free app or Web site, you can hunt down the nearest sale and feed your addiction.
The X-T1 produces the great photos we've come to expect from Fujifilm's X series ILCs.
Same bits of code used by advertisers to track consumer behavior is used to help locate targets for government hacking and surveillance, the Washington Post reports.
The GPS Cookie on Kickstarter logs your GPS data as you go about your business and makes it available for upload and analysis later.
The company is working a tracking technology that would extend to mobile devices and the Xbox, says AdAge. But will the cookie crumble away without a fight?
Google is considering ditching cookies for an alternative way of tracking our online comings and goings.
Much the way Apple took the reins of advertising on iOS with iAd, Google has a plan to replace third-party advertiser-tracking cookies with a proprietary identifier called AdID.