This week in Crave: The sporty edition

When we weren't crowdsourcing existential questions this week, we were riding around on a cardboard bicycle and signing our name with our eyes.

Too busy snoozing away in your Podtime Sleeping Pod this week to keep up with Crave? Wake up, sci-fi sleepyhead. It's time for our weekly roundup.

- What would the London Olympics be without a double-decker bus that does pushups?

London Boosted bus art
We've seen buses do pullups, but pushups? Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET

- There are bargain bikes. And then there are $9 cardboard bargain bikes.

- Looking for a sub-$300 monitor? Some good choices.

- Mind your penmanship! It's back to school with Google Handwrite.

- Or you could just write with your eyes.

- Uh-oh. Stairs can no longer save you from robots.

- Would you pay $9,000 for an iPod dock? What if it was made from a Formula One car?

- The meaning of life, crowdsourced (finally).

- What do you get Landsat for its 40th birthday?

- iPhone case turns you into a Vulcan. That's logical.

- Low Latency: Back from vacation and uploading to YouTube!

- You've know you've finally made it as a Japanese storyteller when you get your own Android doppleganger.

- And, finally, what's a week without a torture test? This time, it's iPad 2 vs. Nexus 7.

Got a gadget you'd like to see tortured? Write to us at crave at cnet dot com. And be sure to follow us on Twitter: @crave.

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