A survey reveals that more than a third of Americans assault their computers, in one way or another, because the machines frustrate them.
Apple and Google tablets are both good at what most people use tablets for. Writing is a different matter.
When Zoe from New York and a nameless man from Kentucky get their Google wires tangled, what transpires is a painfully troubling tale of humans' ability to misunderstand and their refusal to let go of that misunderstanding.
Awards given out this year for studies on sex lives of fruit bats, whale snot, treating asthma with roller coaster rides, and swearing that's good for you.
This week's show is packed with great stories, insightful commentary, and a ****-load of swear words. Don't listen if you're easily offended
This week on Crave, smash up some computers for a chance to win cash. Also, we take a trip around Saturn and demo the world's first smart guitar pick.
It seems the technology in Apple's automated phone system is primed to sense when the caller is in despair. Will swearing get you serviced quicker?
A Massachusetts man is arrested and has his phone taken from him. He was recording a police officer talking loudly and swearing. The recording has now mysteriously disappeared.
Reverend Bob Larson, an Arizona priest, believes in using technology to get rid of unwanted evil.
Blow off your work with Build with Chrome, an online Lego-building platform that lets you stack virtual bricks into elaborate creations.