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This week in Crave: The great-heights edition

This week, we took a dive with Lego Felix -- and danced the high-throughput proteomics tango like no one was watching.

Bust out the boogie shoes! It's time to do everyone's favorite new dance: "Evolution of nanostructural architecture in 7000 series aluminum alloys during strengthening by age-hardening and severe plastic deformation." Through mixing it like metal? Read on to catch up on the Craviness you might have missed this week.

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Jump, little Lego Felix! Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET

- See the big 24-mile dive -- from Fearless Felix's point of view. And, of course, in Lego form.

- Big step in wheelchair innovation: a stair-climbing model.

- Could you be holding an iPad Mini by November 2?

- This license plate frame outwits red light cameras. Must-have accessory or cheating?

- Paging Dr. Blinky: The pager is back. Wait, the pager is back?

- Sony could be looking to heat up gameplay.

- Hotel perk: Robot paints your sleep patterns while you snooze. (Just imagine what the art would look like if you were dreaming of robot night lights).

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