At South by Southwest Interactive, playing a very casual game of kickball is a way for some to get over being intimidated by the star power of famous bloggers.
Controlled by a smartphone app, the Tank Bee and the flying Sting Bee can fight each other or a target that shoots back.
Facebook's Graph Search can be used to surface a laundry list of information.
Because it's Friday, and because you're reading Crave, I bring you a 30-second piece of oddness to set the mood for today.
Mans Shapshak has come up with a novel way to combine fake tennis with real tennis. I'd like to see someone adapt this for boxing.
Last year, thousands flocked to Austin, Texas, for South by Southwest Interactive, and even more will likely show up when the 2012 event kicks off this week. But why do they come?
A technical glitch disconnects a CNET editor from all the people who "Like" her, leading her to ponder what it even means to be "Liked" in the first place.
It may sound too good to be true, but Microsoft seems to have put together something that does exactly what it says it will. Now, can game developers find a way to incorporate the technology into their projects?