With an appealing design, affordable price, and the ability to combine a second Jam Plus to create a left/right stereo pair, the Jam Plus is a worthy budget Bluetooth speaker.
If you're not prone to queasiness, then go ahead and read about artisanal cheeses crafted by scientists from the nose, toe, mouth, and belly-button bacteria of notable people.
The $50 Jam Plus version improves on the original Jam -- and it 'parties in stereo' if you buy two.
This week on Crave, we go incognito with some Infrared LED glasses. Plus, we check out an $8 million speaker system, and we make like E.T. and fly away on a bike.
The National Institute of Informatics has developed infrared LED glasses that let you slip through an airport undetected by the NSA. We take a quick look inside home theaters built for a king, and Crave introduces a new segment called the Lego Block. Can you guess what it's about?
Coming off an ill-timed outage that knocked out service in Europe and Africa, RIM is expected to share more details on its next-gen OS. Just don't expect to see new hardware.
The Ouya Game Jam was designed to allow developers to build titles that they would bring to the open-source console.
Ford will make this semi-autonomous technology available for mainstream vehicle buyers, which will reduce driving times and fuel consumption for everyone.