Crave Ep. 105: How to clip your nails in space

This week on Crave, we're back with a look at all the Cravey stuff we spotted at CES 2013. Plus, Canadian astronaut Christopher Hadfield gives an important lesson on outer-space nail care.

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This week on Crave, we're back from CES with a look at some of the wackier stuff we spotted at the show. Then, Canadian astronaut Christopher Hadfield gives us a highly important grooming lesson on the safest way to clip our nails in outer space, and the Hal 9000 computer replica from ThinkGeek refuses to cooperate.

Crave stories:

- From iPad toilets to alien apps, CES brims with oddities

- I took a power drill to an iPhone at CES

- Electric ZBoard is controlled with your weight

- Get ready to program! Lego's Mindstorms EV3 robots are here

- The mind-controlled helicopter from Puzzlebox

- How to clip your fingernails in space without inhaling them

- Movie-accurate HAL 9000 bosses you around the house

- Vroom vroom: Mario Kart gets real-life run

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