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Dojo's Pebble will monitor smart home metadata in an effort to stop digital security breaches.

By November 19, 2015

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Boobs-on: Interactive sports bra pulls you into alignment

Good posture isn't a choice when you squeeze yourself into Alignmed's new high-tech bra. It's an imperative. CNET's Amanda Kooser knows firsthand.

By October 28, 2015


I poured soy sauce all over my hydrophobic white shirt (hands-on)

A new all-cotton hydrophobic shirt from Threadsmiths runs a liquid gauntlet full of coffee, tea, soy sauce and wine.

By December 20, 2014


Prefer laptops to lace? One geek's guide to a simpler wedding

With an impending wedding, Crave writer and budget-minded geek Amanda Kooser is putting technology to work planning for the big day.

By May 22, 2014


Silicon Valley throws a bash for Macintosh's 30th birthday

On January 25, organizations will celebrate the Mac's launch with reflections from the original developing team and Ridley Scott, who directed the company's iconic "1984" commercial.

By January 10, 2014


New Nokia ad teaches how to assault iPhone, Galaxy owners

A new ad for the Nokia Lumia turns taking a perfect photo with a cell phone into a martial art. It's called Taekfoto, and it's designed to help you fight your way through everyone to take your shot.

By November 24, 2013


At Hacker Dojo, Silicon Valley techies build toward success

Since August 2009, a funky industrial space in Mountain View, Calif., has become a home away from home for more than 200 people looking for a community of like-minded techies.

By April 4, 2011


A day at the Hacker Dojo (photos)

Road Trip at Home: Hacker spaces are all the rage. In Silicon Valley, the Hacker Dojo has become one of the hottest.

15 Images By April 4, 2011


Should I see GI Joe: Retaliation in 3D?

Can GI Joe: Retaliation -- an action movie starring The Rock and Bruce Willis as 1980s toys -- stretch to two dimensions, let alone three?

By March 27, 2013


Koozoo pitches surveillance for the masses via smartphones

The San Francisco startup envisions a world where a network of smartphone cameras will anticipate your needs and offer streaming video that fills them. But that's future talk. For now, it will just put up cameras anywhere it can.

By February 28, 2013