If you're looking for ghosts this Halloween, you don't need a Proton pack. A professional ghost hunter takes us to the reportedly haunted Brookdale Lodge and shows us some easily accessible gadgets you can use to search for paranormal activity.
Israel-based company, which provides a cloud-based tool that lets individuals and businesses build sites, says it has achieved sequential subscriber growth in the past 14 consecutive quarters.
Need a way to prop up your phone? Channel your inner MacGyver and turn some ordinary household objects into perfect stands.
The Une Bobine on Kickstarter was a hit product. Sharon Vaknin shows you how to make your own version, for a lot less money.
Crave likes to keep its readers busy -- and thus more or less well behaved. Artist Andrew Myers gives us a hand, and a good turn or two.
Start-up Clarian Technologies is developing a plug-and-play kit that lets people install solar panels and plug them directly into a home electrical outlet.
The latest evolution of Nintendo's whacky minigame romp has users creating games.
After going off on a rant in the preshow, we settle down for a hilarious episode, inspired by the near-extinct Snow Leopard. Jeff opens it up with a complete horror story about his experience trying to buy the new Mac OS upgrade from a local big box retailer. We won't name names, but clearly this company is hiring all kind of unqualified employees, and Jeff's had about enough.
Today's show features Snow Leopard horror stories, Jitterbug on Verizon, God of War on the PS3, and a huge Calls From the Public
Freedom versus cost: it's the hand-wringing decision of our modern age. Two laptops put us face-to-face with the ultimate consumer question.