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Motorola gets down with the kids with its new Wilder feature phone. The budget handset is dust- and splash-proof, but can it stand up to the rigours of a teenager's pocket?
Ronnie Shalvis is up to his Assassin's Creed cosplay parkour tricks again — this time in the wilderness, playing homage to Assassin's Creed III.
The International Symposium on Electronic Art came to the U.S. for the first time in six years, and lots of strange creatures showed up for the show along Albuquerque's stretch of Route 66.
An orchestra of tricked-out custom cars takes to a parking lot to perform a synchronized dance and music piece using hydraulics, a wireless audio system, and a DJ.
Broken cell phone parts get a new, beautiful lease on life in the form of robotic birds that move, blink, and display bird heads on their screens.
Whether you're just lounging by the pool or headed into the wilderness, there's a rugged camera or camcorder here to meet your needs.
Phil Inkly, 36, now lives in the woods because, he says, gadgets give him nosebleeds, blackouts, and many other unpleasant things.
The original Windows smartphone OS still holds twice as much market share as its successor, according to new smartphone market share data from Nielsen. Crave's Eric Mack ponders.
Google Maps on Android is allowing you to use maps without data charges. Plus Google is strapping cameras to hikers -- and aeroplanes.
Kickstarter project is the first step in turning tea candles into a source of thermoelectric power for recharging smartphones and small USB devices.