Some guys with lots of gear fashion a Christmas tree out of dSLR cameras and big lenses.
A blogger at Manmadediy.com decided to make his own copy of the Enchanted Woods iPhone dock, which is sold by Anthropologie.
Dutch researchers question data that led to stories that Wi-Fi was the culprit in a jump in poor tree health, according to a report.
Trees placed closest to Wi-Fi radiation showed a "lead like" shine on leaves, as well as the death of leaves' lower and upper epidermis, Dutch researchers say.
Amazon lets you gift Kindle books, PayPal wants to be on your remote control, and a new study shows that Wi-Fi harms trees. If so, what's it doing to us?
Enjoying reading the latest technology news here on Crave? Hope you're pleased with yourself, because you're killing a tree, or so say Dutch researchers.
The New Nook Color makes its debut: is it half a loaf or a half-bottle of wine? It's a tortured set of analogies, but we hope you'll get the point. Plus, big news about the show's host lineup (welcome Brian Tong!), Spotify is in the news but still not in the U.S., and the white iPhone 4 officially reaches "annoying tech unicorn" status. Oh, and "Avatar" will never die. Ever. --Molly
A special edition of the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible will be in the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book.
For its latest trick, Uncle Sam, a Snakebot from Carnegie Mellon University, slithers out of the lab and up a tree, where it looks around with its camera-enabled head.
Google releases an expanded voice control app for Froyo, A PSP/Android hybrid gaming device, and the first Android Trojan (if you live in Russia). Plus Justin reviews SwiftKey, and we cover all of the Voice commands achievable with the new Google app.