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I've been a good boy, yet I don't expect any of these anytime soon.
Rumblings suggest the social network is considering a new classified-ad service for jobs, apartments and item sales. Of course, Facebook's last foray in this direction didn't end well.
The Daily stands by its report that Microsoft has created an iPad version of Office, though the folks in Redmond label the story inaccurate.
Microsoft says a report that it's nearly finished with a version of Office for iPad is "inaccurate."
Microsoft's Kinect motion control technology might be on laptops sooner than you think. Whether it makes sense...well, that's another story.
ACLU wants more information on how Michigan State Police are using handheld devices it says could download information from the cell phones of motorists they pull over.
Sony Computer Entertainment America today announces settlement in case against George Hotz, who hacked Sony's PlayStation 3 to run non-Sony-approved software and, potentially, pirated games.
ReadyMade magazine's new e-book details 100 cool DIY projects. We've combed through to find the most Crave-worthy, and here they are.
The jailbreaker's lawyers take aim at Sony Computer Entertainment of America, saying the U.S. subsidiary has no proof their client violated Sony's EULA--or even that it has any claim to the PS3.
Watch (ha ha!) as I go through an entire review of Phosphor's new mechanical/magnetic digital watch without using the phrase "hands on."