This week in Crave: The haute couture edition

This week, we put on some flashing-LED clothes and took a tandem bike ride with a life-size skeleton. Yes, here at Crave, we like the subtle approach.

Too busy trying on futuristic fashion this week to keep up with Crave? Well, take off those crazy 3D-printed shoes, step away from the catwalk, and take a moment to catch up on what you missed.

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• Windows Mobile still more popular than Windows Phone? Ouch.

• Bright idea: Print on fabric using sunlight.

• More than $2.5 million in 24 hours? Yeah, we'd call that a good day for gaming console Ouya.

• Look "Doctor Who" fans, a sonic screwdriver remote!

• Have bicycle and life-size skeleton, will travel.

• Gawk gadgets galore at Samsung's Seoul showroom.

• The good robot life: Sitting on the dock of the bay skipping stones.

• Rolls-Royce revs a giant jet engine -- made out of Legos.

• Speaking of, we'll cross that Lego bridge when we come to it.

• Laptop? Tablet? Both? Vote in our poll.

• Reunited with his stolen car 42 years later via eBay (and it feels so good).

You know what would make us feel good? Hearing from you. Write to us at crave at cnet dot com. And be sure to follow us on Twitter: @crave.

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