Crave Podcast: Should robots have rights?

If that subject doesn't slice your pie, then what about citywide free Wi-Fi networks?

Crave UK

We've all seen what happens when we give robots an inch--Terminator 2: Judgment Day--but perhaps we should consider passing laws to make robot murder, if not a crime, at least something we socially frown on. The delicate issue is put on trial in this week's Crave Podcast. If that subject doesn't slice your pie, then what about city-wide free Wi-Fi networks? Or does the iAxe 393 USB Guitar appeal to your rockstar daydreams? We review it in this episode.

Other treats include the Crave team's reaction to news that Bob Geldof plans to launch a "Dictionary Of Man" online--an idea he apparently came up with before the Internet existed. What a visionary.

We also take a look at motion-sensing phones and controversially compare the image quality on the Nokia 6300, Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson K810i, Canon IXUS 70 and the Canon 400D. We review the Toshiba Regza 37X3030D and OLED TVs also get a mention.

So, have a bit of a listen, go on, we dare you. Just a little listen--it won't make you throw up, we promise. Click here to be fulfilled.

(Source: Crave UK)

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