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Happy 10th anniversary, Android

It’s been 10 years since Google took the wraps off the G1, the first Android phone. Since that time the OS has grown from buggy, nerdy iPhone alternative to arguably the most popular (or at leas

Five security settings in iOS 12 you should change right now

iOS 12, Apple’s latest mobile software for iPhone and iPad, is finally out. The new software packs in a bunch of new security and privacy features you’ve probably already heard about. Here

Why engineers are looking to animals for new technology

As a race, human beings have a lot of shortcomings. We’re not very fast, not all that strong and while we have been able to create technology that helps us overcome our environments, we’re

Here are the platforms that have banned Infowars so far

Over the past two-and-a-half weeks, tech platforms have taken a (if sometimes meek) stance against the far-right and conspiracy theorist content of Alex Jones by removing, banning or penalizing Jones

These 50 founders and VCs suggest 2018 may be a tipping point for women in tech: Part 2

On Friday, we featured 25 founders and VCs who are having a notable 2018 — and who happen to be women. Herewith, 25 more who deserve some kudos for getting it done in the first half of this year

These 50 founders and VCs suggest 2018 may be a tipping point for women: Part 1

For the last several years, we’ve compiled profiles of women founders and investors at the end of each year because they’ve either raised substantial amounts of money or otherwise achieved

Facebook pushes for more personal updates with launch of new Lists feature

Facebook’s status update box is getting a new feature called Lists, which begins rolling out today. This is the first major update to the entry field since the launch of colored backgrounds just

Alexa adds support for custom lists

Amazon today announced it’s improving one of Alexa’s most-used features: lists. The company is expanding both the Shopping list and To-Do list functionality to allow Alexa device owners to

Google Maps lets you save and share favorite places with launch of Lists

Google Maps is today rolling out a new feature to all users on iOS and Android devices that will allow you to make lists of places that you can star, save and share with friends. There are three dif

Foursquare adds list search to make its app more useful, as Google prepares its rival

Google Maps is preparing to roll out a list-making feature that lets you star places, favorite places, and make bucket lists. That has led Foursquare to now respond by making its own lists feature mo

A New App Called Soon Organizes Your Everyday Bucket List

Your friend tells you about a great new TV show they're watching on Netflix, or a new restaurant that you just have to try. If you're like me, you tend to pop open the Notepad app on your phone and jo

New ‘Listiclock’ Campaign With Pepsi Shows BuzzFeed Really Has A List For Every Second Of The Day

If you have any doubt that <a target="_blank" href="http://www.buzzfeed.com">BuzzFeed</a> has published a crazy amount of lists over the years, well, check out the front page right now and click on th

Killing Time: How Many Of These 25 Bad Tech Habits Apply To You?

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/25t.jpg" />Entrepreneur has a list of 25 “bad” habits that you, the technology fan, may find yourself running up against. How many of

Apply For Your Geek Card Here

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/geekcard.jpg" />Lists may be utterly pointless, but on a Friday where the biggest tech news is Wayne Rooney's new contract with Mancheste

PC Gamer's 'best PC games of all time' list is the worst thing you'll read, possibly ever

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/pop.gif" />Oh, it's on. PC Gamer, one of the last gaming magazines out there, has put together what it considers to be the best PC games

Services made flesh: 10 weird – and not so weird – "avatar" gadgets

<img src='http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/the_last_airbender.jpg' />The dawn of the 21st century brought us a problem: we had lots of data, but no real way to bring that data into

Consumer Reports' Top 5 Smartphones list mentions neither the iPhone 3G nor G1

Say hello to the worst list you’ll read all day. It’s Consumer Reports’ idea of the Top 5 Smartphones, and I think you’ll agree that it misses the mark. There’s the Samsu

Man alive, 15 Xbox mods that are marginally impressive!

Oh, lists. Nothing is quite as boring as the “Top 10 Who Cares of Current Year.” (Speaking of which, we’re wrapping up our own end-of-the-year lists right now. Look for them next week!) Spea

How to ease your girlfriend into liking beer (plus bonus grammar challenge!)

I’d say 90 percent of the staff here is one weekend bender away from a one-way trip to the Betty Ford Center. But beer doesn’t merely ruin lives, no sir. It can, apparently, ruin relations

Peek E-mail Device tops TIME’s Gadget of the Year poll

The results are in for TIME Magazine’s Gadget of the Year poll and the Peek E-mail Device has been rated highest by TIME readers, taking the top spot. It beat out the iPod Touch, the Eye-Fi SD Card,
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