Technically Incorrect: The owner of a house about to be put up for sale says he arrived to check on it and discovered someone had come "for the microwave."
The growing number of crimes and attacks related to online classifieds has states like Florida seeking ways to make these transactions safer.
Technically Incorrect: A Georgia chemistry student replied to a Craigslist ad that turned out to be fake. It led, police say, to his death when he met the alleged sellers.
Does that apartment or vacation rental seem too good to be true? Do some snooping with Google’s reverse image search tool to find out.
The hometown of these peer-to-peer networks is cracking down on short-term rentals. CNET talks to the San Francisco lawmaker who's leading the charge.
Collective Love wants to take the pain out of finding the perfect casual encounter -- or, at least, the drudgery.
Although it's clearly a gag, it might be worth putting together 70 bucks to try to buy this, just in case we live in a computer simulation that's just been infected with a crazy virus.
If you're looking for a spare number to deal with people from Craigslist or similar services, FreeTone does the job, but with the syncing problems and so many ads, there are better apps out there.
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Zoinks! If you don't mind fixer-uppers, you can live out your Scooby-Doo mystery-sleuthing fantasies with a California ghost town for sale online for a mere $225,000.
A Connecticut man snags an online shopping bargain for under $200 and then actually returns the small fortune he discovers inside.