We've got a great selection of video picks for you this week! First up, check out the premiere episode of our brand-new show Googlicious, hosted by Brian Tong. Googlicious will cover the latest news, rumors, tips, tricks, and how-tos and big Google events and announcements. Plus, you can count on a few wacky signature segments like "My First...with Google Glass" and many, many more. In this week's episode we check out the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear and look at some of the new specs for the upcoming Nexus 5.
Speaking of smartphones, would you shell out $6,000 for one? Our CNET UK team reviews a hand-built leather-clad Android device from Vertu that sure is pretty on the outside, but is it all just looks? And don't miss the latest Top 5, where we count down five humble gadgets that may have been just a bit ahead of their time.
1. Googlicious: The Nexus 5 'matches or beats' the iPhone 5S
It's the premiere episode of Googlicious on CNET! Nexus 5 graphics benchmarks leak out, the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear go on sale this week, and Google Glass hits the road.
2. CNET on Cars: 2014 Corvette Stingray: America's Supercar
The all-new 'Vette Stingray: low-tech in ways that work! Filling your car at home, and we don't mean with electricity. Plus, five classic muscle cars that saw the future.
3. The Vertu Constellation: A $6,000 Android phone
The Vertu Constellation matches leather, titanium, and sapphire glass with a sky-high price.
4. Apple Byte: The latest next-gen iPad rumors
The Retina iPad Mini 2 might not make it in 2013, iOS 7 makes people dizzy, and Jony Ive wants to make cups. Seriously.
5.Tech Minute: Best consumer breathalyzers
An estimated 10,000 people die every year in the US due to drunken driving-related accidents. If you've enjoyed a few alcoholic beverages and want to know where your blood alcohol level stands, turn to technology. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some of the best consumer breathalyzers on the market.
6. Top 5: Gadgets ahead of their time
Timing is everything. Here are five humble gadgets that paved the way for most of the technology we use every day.
7. The Dell XPS 11 and 12 feature unique hybrid designs
Both the Dell XPS 11 and 12 take traditional hybrid design and throw it on its ear.
8. Always On torture test: GoPro keeps on rolling
In our Always On torture tests, we take the GoPro camera and test it to the extreme. Liquid nitrogen, sharp rock fragments, even thick, gooey chocolate. Need we say more?
9. Cracking Open the Apple iPhone 5C
Bill Detwiler cracks open the iPhone 5C and reveals the upgrades and design changes that make it more than just an iPhone 5 with a plastic case.
10. Rumor Has It: Nokia has a little story to tell
The Nexus 5 is on its way, so rumors are abundant. Facebook might be looking for more ad revenue, and a leaked app that's coming for Nokia phones actually looks pretty cool.
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