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From the Always On Blog
The best of Season 5!
From jamming with the Dead at TRI Studios, to handing a smartphone to an elephant, to hitting a pedestrian while driving with Google Glass, Season 5 was a blast.
Episode 54: Saying goodbye to Always On
Molly Wood is leaving CNET, which makes this the last episode of Always On. But hey, at least there's champagne!
Always On Torture Test giveaway: Nokia Lumia 1020
The Lumia 1020 wasn't feeling too well after a day at the winery. Perhaps you're the lucky doc who can get the yellow guy back on the wagon.
Next steps and new adventures
After 13 years, I'm leaving CNET. Looking back on a long career, I can be sure of just one thing: I'm leaving here with a lot of love.
Episode 53: Road Testing the iPhone 5C
We play with a Wii U and an Atari at a high-tech hotel, take the iPhone 5C for a day on the town, and wonder how our GoPros have survived after all we've put them through.
Always On Torture Test Giveaway: BlackBerry Q10
The BBQ10 couldn't handle a day of R&R. Maybe you can show it the good life.
Episode 52: Unboxing the Martian Passport Watch
Molly unboxes the Martian Passport smartwatch and puts it up against the Pebble. Plus, we head to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom with the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active.
Always On Torture Test Giveaway: Samsung Galaxy S4 Active
After a day at the zoo gone wrong, the S4 Active could be yours for the fixing.
Episode 51: Drones and the S4 Active
Molly flies a squadron of unmanned aerial vehicles with some professionals before a mini Molly rant and an unboxing of the Galaxy S4 Active.
Episode 50: A high-tech music venue plus the Lumia 1020
We visit Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead and his musician's paradise. Plus we take the Lumia 1020 to a music festival and bust out the Galaxy Mega 6.3.
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