Crave 29: Live from CES 2011 (podcast)

Lady Gaga glasses, itty-bitty back-massaging robots, non-smokable Bob Marley products, and the paradox of Android Honeycomb.


The Cravers hit up CES 2011 to check out all the goodies on the show floor. Among the things we're looking forward to in the coming year: some Lady Gaga glasses that carry on the Polaroid legacy, an itty-bitty back-massaging SUV robot, and a super-stylish-yet-down-to-earth House of Marley iPod speaker. Plus, a Star Wars event attempts to steal the show, Nike ditches the iPod in helping with your fitness goals, and Android Honeycomb makes us drool in anticipation. As for the reasons we're fat this week, two words: Vegas buffet.

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Episode 29

-Lady Gaga Polaroid glasses

-WheeMe robot back massager

-Star Wars coming to Blu-ray

-Nike+ SportWatch

-Marley iPod speaker

-Android Honeycomb

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