This week on Crave, we're amazed by an MIT tech innovation. We get all panoramic with the Panono camera and Google's Street Views of Venice, Italy, and we watch a man blow up a PS4 with a high-powered rifle for really no good reason other than he can.
This prototype machine lets you interact with real-world objects through the Internet, via an Xbox Kinect sensor, a projector and a table of moving pins.
Margaret Hodge MP has grilled Google UK boss Matt Brittin, saying she had evidence from whistleblowers that Google was avoiding UK tax.
MIT dazzles with its tech innovation inForm, which allows users to "be" in two places at the same time.
Police in Georgia say they tried traditional methods to contact Anna Lamb-Creasey before resorting to Facebook. She doesn't get the message for weeks, as it didn't come from a friend.
The company's new voter-information tool lets users see who is on their ballot before they vote next week. It also ties together other election-related Google services.
InForm has potential applications in education, surgical simulations, architecture, and more.
Some 360 million account credentials are newly available for sale on the black market, according to one security firm, and may be from several yet-to-be-reported security breaches.
The company has filed for a patent that would tell car owners everything they want to know about their cars and identify places around them that could either service the vehicles or provide access to needed parts.
The latest Android 4.4 update has begun for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 in the UK.