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In this week's show, Chris Stevens from CNET UK looks at rights for robots, reviews the history of beat-them-up video games, and shows you why the Motorola F3 should be cast into the depths of outer space.
On this week's Crave, we take a first look a gadget that truly blows, an optical game controller that looks like a kazoo. Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield gives us some more cooking tips from space. And Hotello is a hotel room in a box. Sounds uncomfortable, no? All that and more on this week's episode.
When you buy a new smartphone, it's a good idea to preserve your investment with a screen protector. Sharon Vaknin shows you how to apply a screen protector cleanly, without those pesky bubbles.
At CES 2007, Chris Stevens from our CNET U.K. Crave team meets Asimo, a fully mobile, human-like robot made of plastic and metal.
Greetings space children! In this week's episode of Space Bubble, the world-famous Rory Reid pioneers the sport of Monitor Punch and attacks a 'scratch-proof' monitor with 110 percent of his punching power.
This week in Space Bubble, we investigate the instinctive human fear of technological change, take a look at the history of racing videogames, and blow a high-def video player into a million plastic shards...
The cinema-verite movie "Bubble" hits theaters Jan. 27, and the DVD version comes out just four days later. This is not the usual way Hollywood handles film releases. Still, two dozen indie films will have simultaneous theater and DVD debuts in 2006. "Bubble," directed by Steven Soderbergh, was bankrolled by Internet notables Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner. Here is its promotional trailer.
Today's episode of The 404 takes Facebook stalking to new levels, explores "bubbling" as an alternative to pr0n, Conan's new show, and Angry Birds on the Android!
Is the thought of putting together a Thanksgiving feast causing pre-holiday panic? Don't let your feathers get ruffled. CNET's Sumi Das has your back with this tech support survival guide for the Thanksgiving meal.
Android phones often feature very limited internal app storage space. Fortunately, phones running Froyo 2.2 can take advantage of gigabytes of space on their microSD card. CNET's Antuan Goodwin shows you how to create space for your next must-have app.