This week in Crave: The full-of-regrets edition

This week, we shed a few tears over a DVD decision and tried to decide if we could afford a Canon 5D Mark III--and/or a Batmobile.

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Too busy imagining the wildest thing Apple could announce at its March 7 event to keep up with Crave this week? Well, push those iHolodeck images out of your mind for a moment and catch up on what you missed.

• As you can see from the sad-eyed picture to the right, Scott Stein greatly regrets selling his DVDs.

• Windows 8 on the next Xbox? It might not be as crazy as you think.

• Canon's 5D Mark III has finally arrived. So, would you drop $3,500 for it?

• What kind of pranks could you pull with a Samsung Galaxy Beam? Here's one, for starters.

• Battle of the ultrabooks!

• A Playboy club in space? To quote George Takei, "Oh my!"

• Supertall new Tokyo tower shrugs off earthquakes.

• 3D augmented-reality desktops? Behold Microsoft's vision for the future.

• Is that a QR-coded condom in your pocket or do you just want to share the site of your last tryst?

• Apparently, Space Legos are way more challenging than Earth Legos.

• At last! An app that lets you scribble a silly mustache on any photo.

• OK, superhero wannabes, here's how much a Batmobile would cost you.

• And speaking of superhero wannabes, just in case you missed this week's podcast:


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