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Cross your fingers: Bot lets superstition guide stock trades

Autonomous investment system makes live trades based on numerology and astrology. Take that Jim Cramer.

By July 18, 2012


Zuckerberg's wife on the hoodies: They're clean

On NBC's "Today" show, Priscilla Chan says her husband's hoodies have improved, but there are places she won't let him wear them.

By May 30, 2014


The eyes have it: human eye can reflect identifiable faces

The human eye is capable of reflecting other people's faces in high enough resolution that they can be identified. But there are a few caveats.

By January 15, 2014


This week in Crave: The fixer-upper edition

This week, we caught a glimpse of Sony's new Walkmans, got in line early for the cat-video film festival, and begged Marissa Mayer to fix Flickr.

By July 21, 2012


With CS6, Photoshop takes a step toward Videoshop

With a public beta of Photoshop CS6 arriving tonight, Adobe is moving video editing from a sideshow to center stage, matching the real-world merging of still photography and videography.

By March 21, 2012


Rechargeable mills keep salt superstition at bay

Cuisinart SP-2 Stainless-Steel Rechargeable Salt and Pepper Mills stand together at the ready.

By December 7, 2009


Modern Tech versus The Past

We assume modern life is the peak of human achievement, but is it really? We compare today's tech to its closest equivalent for pre-digital mankind

By November 23, 2009


Nikon Coolpix P90: Lucky for some

Nikon is flying in the face of Fate by launching the Coolpix P90, a 12-megapixel 24x superzoom, on Friday the 13th. Dun dun dunnn!

By February 3, 2009


Which gadgets just keep on ticking?

New gadgets abound, but (parent.thesis) blogger Amy Tiemann takes a minute to consider a beloved dinosaur on her desk and wonders if others have held onto old devices that just keep going.

By January 31, 2008


Gift ideas for your dysfunctional boss

Gift giving and receiving is usually a joyous event. But when it's between employee and boss, there may be a lot more going on than meets the eye.

By January 3, 2008