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Commentary: On another Flash-less Tuesday, Crave's Kelsey Adams wants to talk about the elephant in the padded room.
New headlight technology out of Carnegie Mellon University can predict precipitation and dim itself when needed for safer driving.
And the trend shows no sign of stopping. That's good news if you're thinking about making solar power part of your household energy setup.
Despite skepticism, research on nuclear fusion--long considered the ultimate clean-energy source--quietly continues in labs around the world, including one at MIT.
Google's Android OS tops the smartphone rankings in the first quarter, as Apple's iOS holds steady, Symbian sinks, and Windows Phone 7 barely registers.
Program makes it easy to search Google's cloud data, but it stops short of some of the most interesting data: e-mail.
Tom and Rafe discuss the apps they put on first thing when they get a new computer.
Don Reisinger supports the dynamic pricing model that would set variable pricing in iTunes based on consumer demand. What are your thoughts?
On his return trip from Europe, Microsoft's boss either can get bummed out about Vista's performance or get creative about his Saturday deadline to Yahoo.
Don Reisinger doesn't think a merger between News Corp. and Yahoo could happen. But if it did, he thinks it would be a huge mistake for all parties involved.