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The week in Crave: The there's-still-no-Beatles-on-iTunes edition

It was a plenty busy week in the gadget world. Here are just a few highlights (and lowlights: we're talking about you, robot iPhone mask).

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Too busy mourning the fast-approaching end of summer to stay up to the minute on Crave? Well, it was a plenty busy week in the gadget world. Here are just a few highlights (and lowlights: we're talking about you, dorky robot iPhone mask).

• Apple's fifth-generation iPod has it all covered: good, bad, and weird.

• Motorola got Cliq-y with the social-networking crowd.

• Palm thought small with its Palm Pixi.

• As for the Palm Pre... oops!

• The Asus Eee-book grew a spine.

• HDTV to Samsung: Super Size Me.

• We couldn't help it; we fell in love with a Rogue.

• Matt Hickey took the blame for AT&T's 3G network problems.

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• Japanese seniors got their very own robotic Richard Simmons.

• Beatles Rock Band: We (mostly) love you, yeah, yeah, yeah.

See anything we missed? Working on an amazing invention we should know about? We always like to hear from you. Write to us at crave at cnet dot com.