Dropping Burrito Bombs on America Ep. 103 Video
Dropping Burrito Bombs on America Ep. 103 Video Transcript
Davis -- even here's what's happening this week on cnet's crave blog dogs and -- driving together USB tentacles and -- cost wants us to imagine a world with interactive clothing. -- Got to be where dogs can drive that SP CA New Zealand has trained three dogs how to drive. In an effort to show just how Smart -- can be in hopes to promote pet adoptions. SP CA modified a Mini Cooper and produces viral video thirty -- is driving the car around a close track. The trainer runs alongside the cars -- the -- successfully operates automobiles. -- got videos as driving dogs that CEO dot and easy. Big -- is selling these USB tentacles that -- -- squirm once plugged into any USB connection. Then that's basically about all they do but they do look. The cost wants us to imagine the polo -- -- the future in this marketing media they produce showing off some really cool clothing concepts. You can change -- -- color you can change -- pattern could change her shirt logo and you could also extend your sleeves -- -- gets a little cold outside. Are you bleeding internally and that's just -- -- internal -- -- their competitors do -- -- To the hospice is possible. Sony has officially killed the tape cassette walkman. The TC and 400 TC imports and the TC 450 will officially be the last of the companies -- -- reporters. Discontinued -- January 2013. Sony rep noted that the company plans continue selling -- And boom boxes -- support for now. NASA released a video explaining why the world didn't end on December 21 when he twelve. Now I know it's not December 21 2012 yet but this video is meant to be watched the -- after the into the world and December 22 2012. The deal gives some background on the Mayan calendar the -- solar flare activity in the past billion years. And dispels the idea that a giant asteroid is coming to kill us all because we would have already seen it by now. -- just sit tight and wait till the day after the end of the world's watches video. -- we all remember the -- -- which sadly turned out to be a hoax but we all -- is so badly for it to be real. The group of food delivery innovators from a smaller research group called Darwin -- -- have invented the real bummer. By modifying a Star Wars skywalker X eight model airplane and rigging the quantum -- TR -- system. They were successfully able to drop -- bombs and designated targets and -- -- -- Malicious. Alright guys that's a show if you like a lot of these stories and covering -- find them all of cnet's crave blog. Beautiful look radio artists asked FaceBook Google+ newsletter mobile -- Go go and check it out. Together this week's crave giveaway were giving away the Norton 360 multi device sweet. -- -- -- watch it with you next time.
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- Cats beware, dogs can drive
- USB tentacle squirms, does nothing else
- Lacoste imagines some truly techy clothing
- Bleeding internally? Seal it with this DARPA foam
- Tape runs out for Sony's portable cassette recorders
- NASA releases Mayan calendar 'told ya so' video 10 days early
- Burrito Bomber drone drops non-weaponized meals
- Crave giveaway!!!
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