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This week on Crave, Veronica Belmont and James Kim rock out with speakers built for a bike, cool off with the help of a slick new refrigerator, then take a shower in a virtual jungle.
On this week's Crave, we learn how to build a solar-powered death ray that will melt just about anything. A man gets a Netflix tattoo and only gets a measly one-year subscription for it. And we meet Mr. Stubbs the alligator, the first reptile recipient that we know of to get a prosthetic tail.
This week on Crave, Veronica Belmont and James Kim discuss: the ridiculous-looking fun of the Nintendo Wii; the new made-for-women phone that stores recipes and alerts when it is time to get pregnant; and the sweaty palm syndrome and how technology can he
Hosts Veronica Belmont and James Kim introduce the concept of Crave by showing off their own recently acquired gadgets of desire.
Splendid performances this week as Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt comment on the Academy Awards and create their own celebrity gift bags from the cool stuff they found on the Crave blog.
A Belgian artist has invented a memory foam chair that expands when heated up. We take a look at a solar-powered scooter and try on the Predator Helmet for size. All that and more on this week's super futuristic episode of Crave.
In this week's Crave vodcast, CNET's Veronica Belmont and Kevin Massy take a look at a remote you can shoot your television with, plus an MP3 player that floats in the bathtub.
This Mac-centric solar-powered keyboard is an excellent alternative to Apple's Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard.
Need a little more bling in your life? Veronica Belmont unboxes the fashionable (or gaudy) Motorola Razr V3i Dolce and Gabbana phone!
We look this week at Sony's motion-sensing TV, Scosche's solar-powered Bluetooth speakerphone, and Greenpeace's funny app for smart phones.