Pandora's free AMP service pulls back the curtain on data culled from tens of billions of hours of listening to help musicians market themselves smarter.
Already available in Seattle and a host of areas in California, Amazon's grocery delivery service debuts on the East Coast.
The South Korean device maker emulates Amazon's approach to customer service using a Google Hangouts-like service.
The speedy DC hero is on TV for a second sprint, er, stint. Comic book junkie and Crave contributor Jeff Sparkman explains his exposure to The Flash, checks out the CW pilot and restrains his urge to make cheesy puns.
Remember that Netflix price increase? A lot of potential subscribers did, resulting in fewer-than-expected sign-ups. That, and an austere outlook for earnings, has investors spooked.
CBS fires up its own digital subscription service called All Access for $5.99 a month, offering the ability to stream local CBS stations live in 14 big US markets plus a library of its shows.
This week on Crave we explore promising food options like a pizza vending machine and a hand-held espresso machine. We get a glimpse into the beautiful, microscopic world of chemical reactions and meet Toshiba's communication android that's learning to speak sign language.
The store will take the form of a kiosk and will be located in a downtown mall not far from where many tech companies have offices.
Toshiba has unveiled Aiko Chihira, a humanoid robot that can communicate using sign language.
If accurate, that's double the number of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units sold during launch weekend in the US and elsewhere.