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Crave Ep. 103: Dropping burrito bombs on America

This week on Crave, we check out a Burrito Bomber that drops burritos into geo-tagged locations. Also, your next chauffeur could have four legs and bark.

Stephen Beacham Senior Video Producer
I'm an award-winning Senior Video Producer and Host for CNET.com focusing on How-To videos, AI, and environmental technologies. I lead CNET's How-To video strategy for horizontal and vertical video formats on multiple platforms. I am responsible for managing and optimizing CNET's flagship YouTube channel by developing and implementing our publishing and subscriber growth strategies. I also serve as CNET's Live Events Producer and Live Streaming Engineer coordinating CNET's team coverage of big tech events since 2011. I come from an audio production background as a Music Producer, Audio Engineer, and Mixer and have worked with multi-platinum artists including Green Day, Smash Mouth, and Lenny Kravitz. Today, I continue to produce and mix records for artists and bands spanning a wide range of genres and have been building a list of credits sound designing and mixing short films.
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  • Webby Award Winner for Best Environmental and Sustainability video (2023), 3-time Telly Award Winner (2019, 2020, 2022) 12 years experience producing videos, podcasts, and live events for CNET.
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On this episode of Crave, we check out the Burrito Bomber engineered by Darwin Aerospace that literally bombs burritos into geo-tagged locations. We also get some NASA reassurance that the world may not end this month, which means we may actually get the chance to wear Lacoste's awesome polo shirts of the future. Also, dogs that drive? Yep.

Crave stories:

- Cats beware, dogs can drive

- USB tentacle squirms, does nothing else

- Lacoste imagines some truly techy clothing

- Bleeding internally? Seal it with this DARPA foam

- Tape runs out for Sony's portable cassette recorders

- NASA releases Mayan calendar 'told ya so' video 10 days early

- Burrito Bomber drone drops non-weaponized meals

- 'Woven' turns you into a Kinect

Crave giveaway!!!

- Sprint LG Optimus G smartphone 

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