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A special Valentine's Day episode of Crave, featuring robots, Champagne, little bits, and zombie chocolates. Plus, X-ray leggings, spider battle bots, hover boards, "Star Wars" crafts, and a peek at the perfect date movie, "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter."
OK, but just to be clear, when I say it's time for me to get a pimp, what I MEAN is that it's time to get a PMP: a portable media player. That is, perhaps, an iPod Touch. Anyway, you'll understand. In other news, the MPAA is trying to clamp down on your analog hole and break your DVR all at the same time and Apple's Snow Leopard is having a rough landing ... apparently because of the picture on the box.
It's all the things you Crave! Brian invites Ariel Nunez to talk about tech and music. And Brian has a special "Do not Crave."
It's Valentine's Day, everyone, so we've got a special edition of Computer Love with special guest Dr. Wendy Walsh dishing out the love 2.0 advice. Also, in the tech news, the worst-kept secret in the tech world is unveiled in Barcelona: the PlayStation Phone. Plus, 10-inch tablets creep out of the woodwork to take on the iPad -- finally -- and will an iPhone Nano make an appearance? --Molly
With a wealth of outdoor festivals and concerts, summer is a great time to explore new music. And armed with a few handy smartphone apps, you'll never miss out on your favorite bands. CNET's Kara Tsuboi shares some of her favorites in this Tech Minute.
It's humiliation day on Rumor Has It, and it's a doozy. Also on today's show, we chat for a second about Windows 8, laugh at the reported name of RIM's new phone, and oh man, what doesn't Google have its hand in?
Get your full fix of the Crave blog. Brian Tong and his special guest iJustine talk about it all. Photos for your wall, Flip Video, real-time video streaming and chats from your phone, slash-resistant shirts, and cell phone's that feel like skin!
When Google's down and Twitter's up, you know the stars are not in alignment. Webware editor-in-chief Rafe Needleman talks with Charles Cooper on the CNET News Daily Debrief about what you can do when you're favorite cloud computing app goes down for the count.
This week, the Beatles come to iTunes and autonomous sponge bath robots arrive at Georgia Tech. Plus, the Nook goes color, earbuds that zip, and a spoonful of sprinkles help the chocolate covered bacon go down.
It's your full fix from the Crave blog. Brian Tong brings back special guest iJustine to talk about the new Flip Mino, and an air-conditioned bed. We get some people's takes on a GPS tracker and Natali's nicknames are revealed!