Too busy perfecting your new machine-strength handshake to keep up with Crave this week? Well, put down those robo-powered fingers and take a moment to grasp these top stories.
That giant game of Tetris? It's actually an MIT building.
Samsung's getting into the lucrative mind-reading brain implant business.
And while we're on the subject of braaains...
Prepare for the apocalypse with bleeding zombie shooting targets.
Major sci-fi publisher to DRM: So long!
Sailing, sailing, over the ocean blue -- in a ship with energy-saving metal sails.
Take that, Mitt! It's Ron Paul, the video game.
We're going to review a MakerBot 3D printer. But first up, unboxing and assembly.
Google's Project Glass: Ambitious, innovative, and almost certainly hazardous.
This crazy-cool DIY cell phone has something for everyone.
MIT's DIY wooden cell phone (photos)See all photos
Preview of "The Hobbit" in 48fps gets mixed reaction.
A 60-foot kaleidoscope? That's a whole lot of kaleidoscope.
So, where do you fall on the spectrum of alien UFO belief?
Don't delay. There's still time to snag a Super Mario gift pack in this week's giveaway.
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