The craving is off the scale in Las Vegas this week, where all the latest tech is being shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show. Regular podcast host Ian Morris is there, along with Cravers Rory Reid and Rich Trenholm, stalking the best of the best on the strip. This week on the podcast, we spoke to Ian over the phone from the CNET lair at the top of the Mandalay Bay Hotel to find out more about the tech that's got everyone talking at this year's CES.
We also talked about sexy times on the Internet thanks to Britain's big freeze, how Europe's answer to GPS is almost not vapourware anymore, and the New Year Honours for British videogame makers.
Finally, in WTF we asked: "Would the Nexus One flip a tortoise on to its back in the desert, and if so, would it turn it back over again?"
Freezing Britons are raising the temperature with a little online romance
The first contracts have been awarded by the EC for Europe's Galileo sat-nav system
Four British games geeks get gongs
Google Nexus One
Samsung's TV app store
The estate of the science fiction writer Philip K Dick -- whose book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? was filmed as Blade Runner -- says it will sue Google over the name of the Nexus One.