Crave U.K. meets Asimo at CES 2007 Video
Correspondent Melissa Francis talks with the CEO of Wind River Systems about the embedded operating system used in Honda's human-like robot, Asimo.
Honda's Asimo is the winner of Crave's first Nonviolent Robot Tournament. Tune in to his postgame press conference, live via satellite from Japan City, Japan.
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.
Apple's Scott Forstall shows off Siri, the company's new voice recognition-enabled personal assistant for the iPhone 4S. The new software will allow you to ask for help and will respond back to you in human-like language.
It's all the goodies from the Crave blog. Natali Del Conte joins Brian Tong to talk about what they still Crave with the iPhone 3G, Sony's Rolly dancing MP3 player, a BMW concept car made of fabric, and a robot you can make out with!
Feast your optics on this! It's a new gadget show set aboard a little bubble ship floating in space starring CNET UK's Chris Stevens.
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.
The Crave video podcast returns! Donald Bell and Jasmine France review a weird and wonderful week of posts from CNET's Crave blog, highlighting a new robot from Honda, a vintage video game sound box, a Kug, a cooler, and a privacy helmet that should come with its own spit valve.
From CES 2007: CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos gets a demo of a few different models and speaks with Wow Wee's Vice President of Sales, Art Janis, about the company's goal to create affordable robots.
This week, Donald and Jasmine have a lot to crave, not the least of which is a pair of health-monitoring tighty whities. And yet we are somehow much more impressed by a giant chess set made from robotic Legos, a swarm of hovering honeycombs, a massive LED art display that moves to the music, and a roving electric car disguised as a shrub. On the list of things not to crave? Trading drugs for gadgets. Come on people...you're smarter than that! (Right?)