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Veronica Belmont and guest host Rich DeMuro show off their favorite tech from the Consumer Electronics Show. As you might have guessed, some robots are in the mix.
It's a Buzz Out Loud reunion on this week's show. Veronica Belmont is the guest and Tom Merritt and Molly Wood host.
Hosts Veronica Belmont and James Kim introduce the concept of Crave by showing off their own recently acquired gadgets of desire.
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It's everything from the Crave blog, with Brian Tong and guest host Bonnie Cha. This week, they talk about a new robot toy and a cell phone that you can use underwater. Then they take to the streets to see what people think about Built NY's laptop backpack. Plus, Bonnie takes your submissions and finds a nickname for Brian.
Tom and Brian host an old mobile tech reunion of sorts. Guests include the iPhone's great uncle, a laptop that sold for $10,000 in 1982, and the curators of the DigiBarn tech museum.
Crave geeks out over the new season of 'Lost' and imagines what kind of crazy gadgets would be useful on the island, including a wooden laptop case, GPS-enabled shoes, a stunning flashlight, and a robot that poops ice.
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
On today's show, we discover the universe's biggest diamond floating out there in space. Plus, the FCC is investigating why cell phone networks went down during this week's East Coast earthquake, especially with Hurricane Irene bearing down on the East Coast even as we speak. Our BOL PSA to you: text, don't call. And also, be safe. Plus, Pandora makes some money and the most awkward voicemail session ever.
Tom Merritt shows you a camera to run from, a laptop to love, and the LG Chocolate phone.