Check out the East Coast's best geek-oriented spots.
Commentary: OK, people, cut it out. Walking into Apple Stores to secretively bend iPhones doesn't help anybody, says Crave's Amanda Kooser.
If you rearrange the letters in "Dodge Challenger," you can spell "Lo, charged legend." As it so happens, CNET's Antuan Goodwin was impressed with the powerful muscle car. You can also spell "charged LED dongle," but sadly, we didn't review one of those this week. But there's plenty more non-dongle fun in store in this week's gallery, so have at it.
"Guardians Of the Galaxy" star Chris Pratt helps "Saturday Night Live" prove that Marvel's next superhero blockbuster could be "Bus People" or "Pam."
The Audiophiliac checks out Dayton's B652-AIR, and thinks cheap speakers never sounded this good!
Slow-paced sci-fi gameplay, a rich storyline, and a different adventure every time make Out There easy to recommend, even for the price.
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Apple releases a fixed iOS 8 update and addresses issues with bent phones and the Bash bug. Meanwhile, BlackBerry brags about selling out of Passport phones.
Apple just released a patch for Shellshock, a bug that could give hackers access to Macintosh computers, but a security specialist says Apple fixed only two out of three security holes.
The Audiophiliac checks out Schiit's totally tube, made-in-the-US headphone amplifier. It's really good!
As you settle into the social network (or wait for your invitation), learn about Ello's ad-free promise and find out how to navigate the interface.
The famed Israel psychic has a theory on why some iPhones bend, and he's out to prove it. Hint: it doesn't involve the phones' grade of aluminum.