Oh, snap! And we're not just talking about the lack of a hinge here. Word of Nintendo's new budget-friendly non-foldable handheld gaming device gets the jokes flowing.
The beloved note-management tool now looks way, way better on Android than it does on iOS.
Hyundai's march away from fugly continues.
iRiver's releases a new speaker dock for the Clix that isn't nearly as impressive as the one for the original player.
This week, the ladies have Olympic fever, and it manifests like it usually does: finding a bunch of gadgets that are tangentially related and having a fabulous time dissecting them. Plus: more cowbell!
BeautifulPeople.com, where only the prettiest are allowed to roam, declares it is worried by the low proportion of Brits who are being allowed in.
Too busy interrupting other people's acceptance speeches this week to keep up on all things Crave? Here are some of the week's more interesting posts.
As a fan of iPhone games and racing sims, I'm pretty excited at the news that EA Mobile has finally released Need for Speed Undercover for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch.
This show starts out as the Recycle, Reduce, Reuse Episode. Shortly into the show, we realize how poorly thought out a theme that was. Wow, it's been a long break.
Debuting in conjunction with the hit show The Hills, the new site lets fans comment on what they're watching and vote on which comments are the best to earn points in real time.