My name is Steven Beacham and here's what's happening this week on cnet's Crave blog.
I said it before.
Everything eventually gets made into Lego and this time it's the characters and the set from the famous 80s sitcom, The Golden Girls.
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Samuel Hatmaker, who designed the Golden Girls' lego set and submitted it to the lego ideas website.
The lego set quickly received 10,000 supporters.
It is up.
It's on its way to becoming an officially sanctioned Lego product.
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Stanley is famous for creating timeless action heroes but now is your chance to.
Own your very own Stan Lee action figure for a cool $250.
The one-sixth scale figurine of Stan Lee is a product of Das Toyz, and is currently for sale on thebigbadtoystore.com website.
The action figure comes with interchangeable head and hand gestures, as well as a stand to keep him upright in the heroic pose of your choosing.
2015 is the year of the drone.
Drones are everywhere.
I was even flying a drone the other day making home movies with the family.
Well if drones aren't your thing how about a screeching pterodactyl from paulgtoys.com.
The Pterodactyl 5 RC Flying Lizard is a radio-controlled ornithopter that flaps its wings to fly making it look.
Totally terrifying to onlookers as it soars through the air.
It has a range of 500 meters and will stay airborne for 15 to 20 minutes.
The Pterodactyl comes in many different colors but the most exciting feature of the Pterodactyl is its ability to screech with an audible range of up to 1000 feet.
gaga for the Apple watch, I'm not for the record.
And Netflix wants to get in on all the smart watch action.
Introducing the Netflix watch.
It's basically a smartphone screen you wear on your wrist so you can watch movies and tv shows all day.
Okay, it's fake you got me, April Fools Day was over a week ago, I know, blame Netflix.>>The new Netflix watch.
Where you watch Netflix.
Look out for the Netflix Watch Plus, coming soon for a 4K streaming experience you can take anywhere.
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