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This week in Crave: The Snow-in-summer edition

Too busy following in the tracks of Snow Leopard this week to keep up-to-the-minute on the rest of the Crave goings-on? Don't fret. Here are a few of the stories you missed.

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Leslie Katz Former Culture Editor
Leslie Katz led a team that explored the intersection of tech and culture, plus all manner of awe-inspiring science, from space to AI and archaeology. When she's not smithing words, she's probably playing online word games, tending to her garden or referring to herself in the third person.
Credentials
  • Third place film critic, 2021 LA Press Club National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards
Leslie Katz

Too busy following in the tracks of Snow Leopard this week to keep up-to-the-minute on the rest of the Crave goings-on? Don't fret. Here are just a few of the stories you missed.

• Sony upped the ante on its e-book readers with the Reader Daily Edition.

• And speaking of e-book readers, get ready for the Eee-book reader.

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Nintendo

Netbook by... Nokia?

• There's one clear reason to step up to a costlier Netbook, says Dan Ackerman.

• Sony and Microsoft did it, now it's Nintendo's turn.

• A cell phone for aggressive types.

• Apparently, a lot of people can hear Verizon now.

• Sure, the bot can solve Sudoku puzzles, but can it do NYT crosswords?

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