Prevent a hangover with the worlds first 'sober pill'? Ep: 110 Video
Prevent a hangover with the worlds first 'sober pill'? Ep: 110 Video Transcript
-- -- -- haven't been canceled yet and that's what's happening this week on cnet's crave blog. -- meteorites go on sale and a pill could sober you up if you've had one Q many. -- Follow up story to last week's massive meteor over Russia -- meteorite fragments are now up for sale online. Now you -- own your very -- piece is a meteor that exploded over Russia after colliding with the Earth's atmosphere in about 30000 miles per hour last Friday. The dime sized piece of the meteor -- 200 dollars this week on eBay for. Prices vary depending on the size of the fragments and have reached into the thousands of dollars on some sites. -- other weird things for sale online Amazon recently launched a celebrity memorabilia store where you can now Biden's -- Jovovich -- shorts from Resident Evil. Only 2999. Dollars and 99 cents. If you're not a Jovovich fans and how about it Justin Bieber signed photo for 125 dollars. For the original movie -- for the movie bubble boy featuring Jake Gyllenhaal. For a whopping 9995. Dollars. -- recent publication in nature nanotechnology. Bio chemical professors from UCLA USC -- -- deleted enzymes to form enzyme you know complexes. The combination of the -- enzymes was then injected into drunken mice and the result was an immediate lowering of the mice blood alcohol content. In the article the -- right. -- method essentially kicks up the body's ability to metabolize alcohol into overdrive. This she turns your windows -- to -- years. Japan's national institute of advanced industrial science and technology. Has invented the stick on film which turns glass into a Smart window and reflecting surface. The switch a -- -- devices and electro chronic device which can change states when a low voltage supply. The film elect realizes moisture in the air converting it into hydrogen which fills a small gap between the film in the window. Causing the glass to go from a -- state to a mere state in about thirty seconds. Later this year amid -- received the first ever bionic hand that can feel. The surgery will connect the bionic hand directly to the -- nervous system. The goal is for him to not only move -- -- but also received -- signals from sensors inside the hand. The -- will be attached to electrodes connected to the median and older nerves through the median nerves in the human arm. Sylvester my Cerro head of the translational neural engineering laboratory in Switzerland explains the surgery -- let the -- communicate with -- -- hand. Moving it by thinking in -- receiving touch signals in response. If successful the procedure will be a breakthrough in sensitive prosthetics for -- The water works three -- 380 printer Penn State up three times fast is a kick starter project that was so popular. It met its funding goal of 30000 dollars in a matter of hours the pen allows you to 3-D print objects as you literally draw them onto a surface. The printer -- is much more affordable than competing 3-D printers packing all the functionality of -- 3-D printer into a much smaller portable package. You can -- your own three do live 3-D printer -- 175 dollars and 99 dollars depending on the availability on the kick starter. But hurry their only 16100 units left. Hey guys thanks for watching is always defied all these these choices it's crave blog crave dot cnet.com. Subscribe to the blog and this week's crave giveaway is -- -- Sydney four port for charging stations. Go to the blog and enter to -- Sony then you're -- you by the Cassini diagnosing TPS Intifada which. Pension mail shows who -- -- does not sound. -- and don't you don't -- -- out. So you should help -- -- -- certainly knows who gives it a -- Nathan just bug in. -- -- -- -- --
Bullo Pill are an indie band from London UK. James the singer says: "This was our first gig in london and a good crowd turned up, this was our second song of the night and we started to get into it"
In 2003, it is press-bio cliche to front that an artist or an album is so original it resists definition, which for most artists is the case. And most of the time, originality isn't even meritous. Unless you are CEX aka loquacious Baltimore-based MC / laptop wunderkind and stylistic shape shifter Rjyan Kidwell, in which case your originality and unwavering commitment to your own artistic evolution clearly evidences you as a genius. So how would one ever expect to find out who Cex really is? Cex himself provides the easy answer: rjyan.com. Since 2000, Kidwell has kept a meticulously up-to-date, didactic and, often embarrassingly forthright diary on his website-- before Beck did it, before Moby did it, and long before Blogger and Livejournal came on the scene. This diary, and the spirit of intimacy that pervades all of Cex's output, is the constant that has stayed the same throughout the Cex discography. Unlike some artists, you don't have to take a press release's word for it to believe that Cex is honest--- beyond the point-blank directness of his lyrics, you can read his own handwriting in his album's liner notes, and check the website for Rjyan holding forth on bad shows, being a feminist, Catholic guilt and what kind of drugs you can get for free. And it's fascinating.
Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing shows up on Amazon UK, and it's well over a thousand dollars U.S., presumably to force you toward subsidized prices so you'll end up paying the same amount or more for with-contract tablets. Which ... seriously? No. Also, Craigslist says the adult services section is gone for good, and Google's music service appears to be imminent--much to Spotify's demise--er, dismay.
We're surprised that Wilson is still standing after going under the knife yesterday to get his wisdom teeth pulled. Luckily, Wilson explains that his disturbingly small mouth, combined with the supreme skills of his dentist, led to a speedy recover--less than 24 hours after the surgery, we've got our Wilson back! And besides, all of his wisdom is localized to his hair.
Rude Boy is the first video from State Of Emergency, the Tru-Paz' second LP. Akim, Boozy and DJ Unknown team their conscious flow with director Marc Andre Dubruyne?s feel for classic urban themes and come up with a clip that comes off as a toned down version of Menace II Society. Still sobering, though, documenting a varied cast that at times searches for jobs, plays basketball, and runs from less-than-friendly acquaintances. - MuchMusic
Set in the late 21st century, a subculture of humans have emerged who have been modified genetically by a vampire-like disease (Hemophagia), giving them enhanced speed, incredible stamina and acute intelligence, and as they are set apart from "normal" and "healthy" humans, the world is pushed to the brink of worldwide civil war (a war between humans and hemophages) aimed at the destruction of the "diseased" population. In the middle of this crossed-fire is - an infected woman - Ultraviolet (Jovovich), who finds herself protecting a nine-year-old boy who has been marked for death by the human government as he is believed to be a threat to humans.
The $199 Beats by Dre Pill, which, needless to say, looks like a pill -- the capsule kind, anyway.
Yes, it's that time of year again for the annual Apple iPhone harvest. This time, it's the iPhone 4S, which looks a lot like the old one, but with some pretty substantial improvements. We also discuss last week's CTIA trade show where we saw several new Android handsets, and Jessica witnessed phone destruction at the hands of Nokia. We also look forward to tomorrow's triple-event extravaganza: BlackBerry DevCon, the Motorola/Verizon event in New York, and the Samsung/Google event in Hong Kong. And last but not least, we say a fond farewell to Bonnie Cha and Kent German, as they become occasional hosts instead of regular ones.
?Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome The Catheters! Though the words may have you hoping your caregiver is scrubbed and sober, these Catheters are nothing like a cheerful nurse with a plastic tube. They are, in fact, more like a garbage truck crashing into a burger joint: drums stomping like the footfalls of helpless diners running for their lives, guitars all stinky and full of chunks, bass a diesel rumble, and a guy in the cab of the truck hollering about how pissed he is that somebody put a burger joint in his way. Add some kids wiping out on banana peels beneath a hail of flying beef and you?ve got the basic idea. It?s what the young folks call the Rock and Roll, dig? Being relatively young folks themselves, The Catheters bring real energy to a genre that's too often about going through the motions.? (Courtesy Matt Wright ? Gas Huffer) Formed back when they were just toddlers (1995), and taking a band name completely at random (??cause it sounded punk?), and generally creeping into the consciousness of a very tired rock & roll community, these bratty, young wonderpunks present a powerful punk & rock synthesis as filtered through the sensibilities of kids that don't know any better.
CNET Labs Editor Joseph Kaminksi is filling in for Jeff today, who's on staycation all week in New Jersey. As usual, Joseph aka OZONE brings us a handful of stories from the tech world to discuss, including a study showing Internet Explorer users have a lower IQ, a CPR site that lets you touch chests with no legal repercussions, and a Web app that calculates exactly how much time you'll spend in jail for your crime!
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- Nanotech 'sober pill'
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- 3Doodler Printer Pen
- Crave giveaway: Kanex Sydnee four-port recharging station
- Sony PS4 event skewered in animated parody