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DVR imperfection leads to 'Lost' night

Without ads, you miss all those promos alerting you to your favorite shows.

By Jan. 23, 2009


Prince: You can't get down with technology in your hand

In which the diminutive purple one plays a secret, impromptu four-hour concert in Hollywood, and rails against the death-grip of gadgetry.

By Mar. 10, 2014


Soft-porn TV star refuses to wear electronic tag, says career-threatening

Sophie Dalzell, who models and has presented on an Adult TV channel, has to return to court after a vandalism conviction, to argue that a tag on her ankle will spoil her looks.

By Apr. 13, 2013


New Apple ad a bit disturbing, as touted feature reportedly has New Year's hiccups

A new ad for the iPhone 5's "Do Not Disturb" feature may have Venus and Serena Williams going for it, but some iOS users are reporting that the feature locked up on them. Apple says a fix is coming.

By Jan. 1, 2013


Now you can blur faces on your risky YouTube videos

If you want to post footage of a protest, but don't want to reveal the protesters faces, YouTube now offers the ability to blur faces.

By Jul. 18, 2012


People more likely to shoplift meat than iPhone 4 this Christmas

According to store security experts, gadgets--and the iPhone in particular--are only the fourth most likely shoplifted item. No. 1? Filet Mignon.

By Dec. 4, 2011


LPs and CDs, get 'em while you can

PopMarket from Sony Music sells LP and CD box sets not available in stores.

By May. 28, 2011


Dell's U2711 monitor straddles perfection

The Dell UltraSharp U2711 is good people.

By Jan. 7, 2010


What's the perfect device for life in a disrupted world?

Could you live, travel, and work with only a tablet? A laptop? Or do we need a new "everything" device? Crave's Eric Mack continues to travel far and wide in search of perfection.

By Dec. 10, 2012


Apple's Siri wrong 38 percent of the time in test

In a test by Piper Jaffray on a busy Minneapolis street, Siri's voice tech managed to perform searches correctly 62 percent of the time. That compares with 86 percent for typed Google searches.

By Jun. 30, 2012