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Zynga Boston team starts new mobile-gaming studio

The new studio, known as Proletariat, announced its upcoming title, Letter Rush, which will offer an arcade-like spin on word-find.

By February 26, 2013


This may be the single dumbest anti-Google screed ever

commentary This is what happens when you blame Google for the popularity of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," without first knowing the basics about Internet search and the link culture.

By February 6, 2013


iPhone allegedly bound for Boost Mobile in September

Boost Mobile could be the next prepaid carrier to land the once-exclusive iPhone.

By May 31, 2012


For Chinese communists, only RedPad, not iPad, will do

But the party's Android-based RedPad Number One is definitely not intended for the proletariat--not with a $1,600 price tag.

By January 19, 2012


A new phone for every month of the year

How would we change the way we interact with our mobile devices if they became completely disposable?

By February 12, 2010


Laptop class warfare: Apple vs. Asus

Apple and Dell seem to think that luxury laptops have a future, even in a world of Asus Eee PCs and Acer Aspire Ones. Do you?

By March 22, 2009


Will Mac addicts trade cool for cheap in the recession?

The Mac is more than a status symbol, encouraging adoption even during a recession.

By January 17, 2009


LG's eco-friendly wooden plasma TV

The penultimate day of Crave's trip to Seoul brought us to LG's design centre, where we set eyes on an as yet unnamed plasma TV constructed almost entirely of natural materials

By November 16, 2006


Evesham 47": Cheap Full HD LCD TV

Roll up, roll up! Get yourself on the 1080p Full HD bandwagon with the cheapest 47-inch display we've seen

By November 1, 2006


Indian ex-pats in the Valley

A Silicon Valley executive believes things are a lot better for Indian ex-pats than when he first immigrated in the late 1960s.

By May 11, 2004