This week in Crave-land

Too busy planning a debate-watching party this week to stay up on Crave? Don't worry, we've got you covered.

Ceatec concept: strings serve as phone's input device. Erica Ogg/CNET News

Too busy planning a debate-watching party this week to stay up on Crave? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Here's a look back at some of the truly interesting, strange, and wonderfully silly stories we Craved.

• In another of those "worst kept secret" moments, Nintendo confirmed rumors that it will update its DS handheld hardware for the second time. And the wait began.

• Phone as drumstick? Crave's Erica Ogg took on Ceatec 2008, and discovered, among other things, some highly unusual phone concept designs.

• Nokia heard the music.

• Nero Liquid TV turned your Windows PC into a full-on TiVo DVR.

Fujitsu green exterior
Fujitsu goes psychedelic. Fujitsu

• Fujitsu thought it was still the Summer of Love.

• Digital SLRs got about as earthy as a camera can get.

• Google's Chrome had an amusing message for CNET's Dan Ackerman.

• Sony showed off a new digital reader--and its very own David Blaine (at least he's not hanging upside down).

See anything awesome we missed? As always, we love to hear from you. Write to us at crave dot cnet dot com. And have a great weekend.

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