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Budget geek: Secrets of my cheap-tastic tech life

From a $0 standing desk to a $30-per-month smartphone plan, Crave's Amanda Kooser is exploring the less expensive side of technology.

By May 21, 2014

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Bye bye to BlackBerry and The IT Crowd in Podcast 357

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.

By September 27, 2013

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R2-D2 cake plays Leia's message to Obi-Wan

This is exactly the droid we're looking for. Delicious cake combined with classic Star Wars geekery.

By June 20, 2013

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Apple 1 breaks auction record, goes for $671,400

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.

By May 25, 2013

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Why I can't root for Woot anymore

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.

By April 24, 2013

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Windows 8, Google+, Bluetooth: My geeky 2013 resolutions

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.

By January 1, 2013

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Crave giveaway: $500 gift certificate from KlearGear.com

Geekery galore! This week, one winner will score a shopping spree at gadget manufacturer and retailer KlearGear.com. Get ready to load up on geeky gear -- and lots of it.

By June 1, 2012

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Building an iWristwatch: What smart watches need next

If smart watches are the gadgets of the future, they need to avoid the pitfalls of the past.

By May 17, 2012

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Nerdy New Mexico: Voyage through the Land of Engeekment

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.

By April 6, 2012

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Star Trek's Enterprise as a DIY gondola? Why not?

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.

By January 8, 2012