Crave Ep. 119: The flexible MorePhone contorts when you get a call

This week on Crave, we sing a love song in Klingon and behold the strange beauty of a DDoS attack. Plus, it's time for another round of "Into It Not Into It"!

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This week on Crave, we take a look at a concept phone that can change its shape when you get a notification. Plus, Microsoft shows off the IllumiRoom projector that puts gamers inside video games and we play another round of "Into It Not Into It"!

Crave stories:

- Flexible smartphone curls up when it gets a call

- IllumiRoom projector explodes Xbox action out of your TV

- See how beautiful a DDoS attack can look

- Filmmaking at the atomic level? IBM nets Guinness world record

- How to sing a cutesy love song in Klingon

- Crave giveaway: OtterBox Realtree Camo case for HTC One

Into It Not Into It:

- Coming soon: A Breathalyzer for pot and cocaine?

- Caffeine-infused lingerie claims to blast fanny fat

- Will the next Xbox be called Xbox Infinity?

- Athletic gear cools you down with your own sweat

- Sculpture carrying human DNA to be sent into the depths

A Breathalyzer for pot and cocaine?

A Breathalyzer for pot and cocaine?

Caffeine-infused lingerie to reduce fanny fat?

Caffeine-infused lingerie to reduce fanny fat?

Will the next Xbox be called Xbox Infinity?

Will the next Xbox be called Xbox Infinity?

Athletic gear cools you down with your own sweat

Athletic gear cools you down with your own sweat

Would you take part in the Deep Storage Project and donate your blood

Would you take part in the Deep Storage Project and donate your blood or hair?

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