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Volvo tiles its new Sensus interface

For its all-new XC90 large crossover, Volvo designs a radical new infotainment interface using a tiled interface to show different vehicle functions.

By June 13, 2014

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At last: Beautiful sound tiles that look like art

Tame your room's harsh acoustics with Baux sound-absorbing tiles.

By May 7, 2014

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Tapping tiles is your new addiction (pictures)

The latest rage at both the iTunes and Google Play app stores is a simple, but incredibly addicting, game.

5 Images By May 1, 2014

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Microsoft testing ways to make Windows Live Tiles interactive

In Asia, Microsoft researchers are experimenting with new ways to interact with the Live Tiles that are core to the Windows 8.X, Windows Phone, and Xbox user interfaces.

By April 11, 2014

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Six IQ points smarter? There might be a gene for that

A pair of scientists say the KL-VS gene seems to not only prolong life but also to boost cognitive faculties.

By May 10, 2014

Review

2014 Scion iQ

Because of its size, the 2014 Scion iQ makes for an exceptional city car, and its cabin electronics will satisfy most, but put it at the bottom of the list as a long-distance road trip car.

April 8, 2014

3 stars Editors' rating April 8, 2014

MSRP: $16,420.00

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People buy iPads, get floor tiles

The police department in Ceres, Calif., warns of the latest, and certainly not greatest, iPad scam. There are also reports of televisions that are mere blocks of wood.

By January 24, 2014

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2014 Scion iQ

How does the new Scion iQ compare to other small cars like the Fiat 500 or the Smart Fortwo? CNET's Brian Cooley takes out the tiny car for a test drive and checks the tech.

By April 8, 2014

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Scion iQ is an ultracompact city king (pictures)

At a little over 10 feet long, the iQ is one of the most parkable cars around, and even offers a rear seat, but a short wheelbase makes for a quirky ride.

18 Images By April 8, 2014

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Short people have lower IQs? A shortie takes umbrage

Two recent studies focus on the apparent drawbacks of being vertically challenged, but Crave's Leslie Katz, a lifelong short person herself, can't help looking down on the research.

By March 4, 2014