Hundreds turn out for Dorkbot, a celebration of makers and electronic geekery that takes place in cities around the world.
While it's not cheap, the Sigma 50mm f1.4 lens provides great value for the money.
Is this the end for BlackBerry? It's certainly the end for The IT Crowd, so we pay tribute to our favourite geek-tastic laughfest.
One of what's thought to be only six working Apple 1 computers -- hand-built by Steve Wozniak -- flies out of a German auction house for a tidy sum. The last one went for $640,000.
The big daddy of daily deal sites has descended into chaos. Crave writer Amanda Kooser reminisces about the good old days and shares her sorrow at what Woot has become.
The Automatic driving assistant helps drivers who know nothing about cars to monitor and boost their fuel efficiency with plug-and-play ease and a simple interface that even laymen can understand.
Welcome to Nerdy New Mexico. CNET Crave blogger Amanda Kooser hits the road to track down a space chimp, the site of the first atomic bomb explosion, and a little place in the mountains called the Black Hole.
You stumble across the U.S.S. Enterprise in the strangest places (and reconfigurations)--in this case, a canal in the L.A. neighborhood of Venice, Calif., in the guise of a makeshift gondola.
Hackers, programmers, gamers, and overall dweebs have reason to rejoice. It's Geek Pride Day, when geeks the world over are supposed to revel anew in everything that makes them misunderstood by the other half.
Crave's Eric Mack resolves to be a better geek in the New Year, and he's made four big promises to make sure he doesn't disappoint himself, or his Wi-Fi router, in 2013.