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InGrid, one of the leading developers of digital home protection services, has entered the fray with the announcement today of the direct-to-consumer availability of its Digital Home Protection system.
List of approved subjects obtained by The Washington Post reflects a shift toward more popular individuals as a new revenue source for the cash-strapped service.
Crave's Ingrid Marson went to a law enforcement workshop on how to make social networking sites safer for children. Here's her report on what the issues are, and what police officers, parents and teachers are calling for...
Simple interface, no ads and it supports almost every media type under the sun without any fuss. Is it possible? Crave's Ingrid Marson explains why she's fallen in love with the VLC media player
Meetup.com helps you meet groups of people who share your interest, whether that interest is ghost tracking, Pug dogs or a foreign language. Simple idea. Crave's Ingrid Marson gave it a try
If you're not running a commercial Web site, you won't want to shell out your hard-earned cash just to track the traffic, but luckily there are a some great free tools available online: Crave's Ingrid Marson likes StatCounter.com
Handmade lingerie made from recycled cans, bottles, and other materials is not so trashy after all.
Google shows developers a demo of Friend Connect at its Campfire One event. Next up: navigating the choppy social networking interoperability waters.
It's ears-on time, with the new Sennheiser IE 8 earphones. We also check out the more affordable IE 7 and IE 6 models in Sennheiser's latest range
Audio Technica's new CK10 earphones offer two drivers inside each tiny earphone. Is better-sounding music enough to convince you to auction your child? We think it might be