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Stanford to Colbert: Yes, you can climb like Spider-Man

When Stephen Colbert says science has ruined Spider-Man, a Stanford engineer makes a video showing off his gecko-inspired gloves that proves the late-night TV host wrong.

By January 28, 2016


Burn the world with Little Inferno

A a new studio formed from the World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth developers has created a game that is as compelling as it is harrowing.

By February 7, 2013


Beatles on iTunes: Goo-goo g'Jobs

The news that the Beatles are on iTunes launched a thousand puns. It's our first Crave alternative headline competition!

By November 16, 2010


World of Goo oozes onto iPhones

And it's selling for an introductory price of just 99 cents! But if you already bought the iPad version, you'll be glad to know it's newly iPhone-compatible.

By April 14, 2011


World of Goo oozes onto iPads

Already a smash hit on the PC, Mac, and Wii, this physics-based puzzler makes a stellar debut on the iPad. My advice: get it while it's on sale.

By January 24, 2011


Google lets apps tap into goo.gl URL shortner

Third-party software such as Twitter clients now can use Google's service for shortening Web addresses.

By January 11, 2011


Google's 'goo.gl' URL shortener open to the public

Google Toolbar users had been able to shorten long Web links with goo.gl, but now anyone can access the service through a new Web site.

By September 30, 2010


Contre Jour for iOS blends beauty, puzzles

If you like Cut the Rope, World of Goo, or hauntingly beautiful physics-puzzle games, you'll go "sur la lune" (over the moon) for Contre Jour.

By September 6, 2011


Buy World of Goo (PC/Mac/Linux) for whatever price you want

Man, I wish the cable company would let me choose my own price, too. Until that glorious day, grab this award-winning puzzle game for whatever you think is fair.

By October 23, 2009


OpenGoo is no competition for Google Docs (Update)

This open-source suite provides too much source (code) and not enough Web (office) in its attempt to rival Google Docs.

By August 17, 2009