Web video demonstration of BMW's Night Vision. The new technology makes driving at night much safer.
State Farm released the latest numbers on deer-vehicle collisions. For the third year in a row, West Virginia tops the list of states in which a collision with a deer is most likely.
The tractor maker merges jeep styling with high-tech gadgetry in its R-Gator, an unmanned vehicle for recon missions and pack-mule duties.
The classic hunting game gets an iPhone makeover. I guess simulated Bambi killing is better than the real thing. Though now that I think about it, maybe it's worse.
A Street View driver in New York ran over a deer and stopped to see if it was OK. Which contrasts with the Street View driver in Australia who filmed a man lying unconscious by the road and didn't bother stopping.
So we talked about a lot of serious news today including the Justin.TV suicide, the new Google wiki search and the unauthorized access of Barack Obama's Verizon calling records. But really, Rafe's description of net-connected Deer is what I'll remember a
Eric and Rana join us from Aux Interactive to bid fond farewell to Randall. The final Randall show: Episode 100, tomorrow.
Karina Longworth joins us to talk about voyeuristic deer at Sundance, Second Life's crashing economy, the Screen Actors Guild awards and our brand spankin' new phone number: (866) 404-CNET. Tomorrow: Johnathan Coulton, composer of Portal!
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