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Sweden faces its own shutdown: Cause? Jellyfish

Revenge of the sea? Thousands of moon jellyfish take down the world's largest nuclear reactor.

By October 1, 2013

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At SXSW, brands take over

This year's interactive festival is dominated by marketers and corporations with high-priced agendas. Even Oreo cookies are part of the mix.

By March 9, 2013

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Wikipedia's controversial video player coming soon

According to interview with its video guru, the Web encyclopedia's revamped player is coming very soon. But its format is causing a stir in the open-source community.

By July 17, 2009

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A bottle-opener with something to trumpet

The Elephant Bottle Opener may be small, but it's got the leverage to open your bottles.

By May 21, 2009

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Friday Poll: Which flying car do you give a leap about?

The last couple of months have seen Crave covering a number of flying cars. Which one would you want to own in the next five years?

By January 16, 2009

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Turning a Ferrari into a flying car

Moller International, the "air-car" company, takes a Ferrari 599 GTB and makes it airworthy.

By November 3, 2008

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Where's my hoverboard? And other movie tech we want now

There are plenty of cool gadgets in real life, but imagine if technology in films could be made. Here's a list of some of the movie technology we'd love to see manufactured in the near future

By February 19, 2008

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Crave turns 5,000: A retrospective

On Friday, July 27, 2007, Crave celebrated its 5,000th post. With this monumental occasion, it gives us an opportunity to look back on the gadget magic we've experienced since Crave launched in October 2006.

By July 27, 2007

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Top 5 dorky things to do in a personal flying saucer

#1: Paint Hello Kitty on the underside.

By July 20, 2007

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Slide show: The future of tech

From flying cars to sci-fi medicine to time travel, we expound upon the top 10 technological inventions and concepts that we could see in the near or distant future.

By July 10, 2007