Google commemorates a century of puzzle-fueled procrastination with a playable doodle of its own.
Life has changed dramatically for a reporter who is live-blogging the murder trial of programmer Hans Reiser and can now turn to his laptop, instead of puzzles, during downtime.
Bigger, sleeker, and more advanced than the first time around, this encore YotaPhone has updates to both its Android and e-ink faces.
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The iPad's big screen makes it an ideal home for crosswords, and USA Today's app serves up all the puzzles you can play--no extra charge.
The New York Times offers modest-sized KenKen puzzles, but Sudoku fans looking for a larger-scale challenge now have a new online option.
By the end of the year, crossword and Sudoku apps will mean the alcohol-soaked brains of commuters need no longer wrestle with War and Peace on the train
If you can't bear to be apart from Facebook on those long road trips, cast an eye on this steering-wheel desk tray, which lets you use your laptop in the car
Too busy following in the tracks of Snow Leopard this week to keep up-to-the-minute on the rest of the Crave goings-on? Don't fret. Here are a few of the stories you missed.
Don't wait until October to get your Web clippings as widgets.
When it comes to stereotypical nerds, the programmer accused of murdering his wife is in a class of his own, or at least that's what his defense attorney would like the jury to think.