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Crave: Moth-operated robots, Ep: 108

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Crave: Moth-operated robots, Ep: 108

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Japanese scientists teach moths to how drive robots, and a new app called Dognition claims to improve our relationship with man's best friend. Oh, and Montana is full of badasses! Those stories and more, plus a round of "Into It, Not Into It."

-- of the Steven hears a -- at cnet's crave blog this week. Montana is full of fat -- Yahoo! Search assist is a project compiled by the flip collective. By typing the words blank state is into Yahoo! and then taking the first suggestion from search assist they can complete the sentence and some logical way they were able to produce this map of the US giving each -- associated words based on the search results. So as I said before Montana is full of bad asses California's broke. -- is on fire in Florida it's crazy. Scientists have built an insect driven robots. Scientists from the University of Tokyo are setting the mail so gloves ability to attract a female -- six bare bones. So naturally they've built smaller robotic vehicles for the -- -- to drive it. Using a small white -- for steering the month is able to control the robot -- -- in the direction of the female sex bearable. So basically they -- -- had a cruise for chicks okay. Just get that clear. Doug -- as a Smartphone app that lets you measure your dog's cognitive ability. Brian hare an associate professor at duke university center for canine cognitive neuroscience. Colombo this team are gathering data from the dot commission -- in hopes of history some broader questions about the intelligence of -- -- measures and records cognitive traits such as reasoning memory and -- -- cutting its communication skills. -- reach your dog and a scoring scale with titles such as expert. Renaissance dogs in -- -- -- To -- into it not into it I mean into it I'm not into. This is means you're not into every -- so we can create stories and vote on whether or not we are into it or not into it you can -- -- home and you're watching an unseen. And monopoly is totally dissed the robot will be voted this week did use a new token piece for the board -- -- chose to ditch the iron favored the new cat token. Do it. I know it's the new Xbox 720 we required an Internet connection sources say the new machine are required constant broadband connections -- blocks thickening and titles and -- for the next generation of the connect are you Internet -- we -- -- Apple has its sides of the solar powered Smartphone market. The evidence is right here in this patent filing published by the US Patent and Trademark Office this week on Wednesday February 5 solar powered iPod anyone. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- We do use a breath laser device to lose weight -- as a portable Bluetooth device that measures your metabolism. When you breathe into it and charge your metabolic activity with the Smartphone app. Happy are you Internet -- -- -- -- fly a -- game finally Star Wars fans of setup the kick started to reach thirty million dollars to get building a real life death star. Once the thirty million dollar goal has been reached that it's estimated that it would cost another 850 quadrillion dollars to begin the actual construction -- Bright -- that is the show thank you very much for watching my name is Stephen B jump. Again as always you can finally stories and cnet's crave blog -- dot cnet.com. And this week's crave giveaway is the newest dragon dictate for Mac three go to the blog and enter to win. -- we'll see in excess. -- --
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