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This week in Crave: The space junk edition

Too busy to keep up with Crave this week? Well, we're here to turn your frown upside down with a wrap-up of some our top stories.

Now that you can try on outfits from Barbie and Ken's closet, it might be that you didn't have enough time to keep up with Crave this week. No need to get your feather boas and ascots up in a bunch though, because we've rounded up the top stories for you right here.

• Dancing robots, lightsabers, and geyser-powered cars, oh my! Toy Fair 2012 had it all.

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• Best news to come out of Toy Fair? Mattel is finally releasing a replica of the "Back to the Future" hoverboard.

• Cleaning up space junk. It's a dirty job, but somebody's got to do it.

• Ready-made 3D printers aren't available yet, but CNET DIYers Rich Brown and Matt Fitzgerald don't care.

• Will the Xbox 720 feature a touch-screen remote?

• Now, we're excited about the next-gen Xbox and all, but there's also something so awesome about an old arcade.

• Drama, drama, drama. The Apple vs. Samsung war is getting ridiculous. Thankfully, Low Latency is here to bring you some comic relief.

• CNET editor Scott Stein uses a sock (don't worry, it's clean) to protect his PS Vita. What about you?

• Feeling adventurous? Explore some of Japan's most popular caves from the comfort of your own couch.

• They made spray-on hair, so why not a spray-on antenna?

• Speaking of hair, we can all rest easy now. Scientists have finally solved the mysterious math of ponytails!

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