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CNET's weekly Crave show covers the coolest, geekiest, and weirdest gadgets and tech happenings around. Whether it's a smart trash can that catches your garbage, a sushi bazooka, or a robot personal assistant, CNET producer Stephen Beacham's all over it. Visit the Crave blog at


The 24 deadliest animals, ranked  

Do you know which species are most likely to kill you? You will after watching this fright fest.

These robotic arms put a five-star chef in your kitchen  

Moley Robotics is developing robotic arms that can cook recipes the way the chef intended. Using motion-capture technology, the Moley Kitchen can mimic the movements of famous chefs, allowing users to download recipes the same way you download music.

The CraveCast crew debates joining Elon Musk's million on Mars (CraveCast Podcast, Ep. 28)  

The SpaceX founder wants to build a Martian metropolis in our lifetime. Is the plan historic or just hubris? We discuss.

Did Russian police really arrest a robot?  

Is Promobot a media maven? Or an autonomous agitator? A CNET video investigation.

Star Trek​'s​ cloaking power could soon be less invisible in the real world  

Star Trek celebrates ​50​ years of exploring space this year, but some of the tech in the series is inching close​r​ to becoming a reality even today.

Star Trek's phaser weapon could be coming to a squabble on a planet near you  

The franchise's ​iconic Taser-and-lethal-laser combo is actually in the works here in the real world.

Astronomers detect a strange radio signal from deep space  

Russian astronomers intercepted a faint radio signal from a faraway solar system last year and failed to alert the SETI project of their findings. SETI announced after hearing about the signal that they are now officially investigating its source.

Proxima b could be the planet Earthlings escape to  

Astronomers have located an Earth-like planet next to our nearest neighboring star, Proxima Centauri, which could be our new home in the distant future.

'Snowden' aces CIA test in exclusive film clip  

Controversial ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, demonstrates serious smarts in this new clip from the Oliver Stone movie.

The CraveCast boldly chats about 50 years of Star Trek, Ep 27  

The crew welcomes Captain Kooser to share stories from the 50th-anniversary Star Trek con and away team member Kelsey Adams calls for a rethink of one reboot character.

US Navy shows off its augmented-reality diving helmet, Ep. 235  

This week on Crave we go diving with the Navy's new Diver Augmented Vision Display, which is sadly not for playing Pokemon Go; take a test flight with the Omnicopter and its 6 degrees of freedom in flight; and what's this googly-eyed purple thing on the ocean floor?

How vinyl records are made  

CNET Photographer Josh Miller takes us on a behind-the-scenes look at the how a vinyl records are made. Experience the record-pressing process from start to finish and enjoy a mellow tune from Tim Bluhm of The Mother Hips.

Check out the Olympic venues from space  

Get a satellite's view of the newly built Olympic venues taken by DigitalGlobe's satellite constellation.

'Suicide Squad' flops for fan and first-timer alike  

A comic fan and a total newbie take a look at "Suicide Squad" to see if DC's latest film holds up. Beware, spoilers within.

Purple orb at the bottom of the ocean baffles scientists  

The crew of Exploration Vessel Nautilus was amazed and delighted to find a strange, small purple orb off the coast of California's Channel Islands. Watch as they observe and then retrieve the orb for testing.

The CraveCast relives its youth at Comic-Con while preparing for future binge-watching, Ep. 26  

Comic-Con 2016 got nostalgic with Double Dare, Pokemon and Power Rangers, but also offered a glimpse of more great geekery to come. The CraveCast crew reports back on all of it.

The Solar Impulse 2 solar-powered plane completes its trip around the world  

Pilot Bertrand Piccard safely landed the Solar Impulse 2 solar-powered plane in Abu Dhabi this evening completing the plane's historic flight around the world using only sunlight for fuel. The trip began in Abu Dhabi on March 9, 2015, and concluded July 25, 2016, making aviation history and proving that solar technology can power just about anything.

In-flight interview with Solar Impulse 2 pilot Captain Piccard  

We spoke with the Solar Impulse 2 solar-powered plane's pilot, Bertrand Piccard, during the final leg of his trip around the world. The Solar Impulse 2 is is just hours away from making history as the first airplane to fly around the world using only sunlight for fuel.

'Star Trek Beyond' stars on the Trek tech they want in real life  

Tania González takes to the red carpet of the "Star Trek Beyond" world premiere at San Diego Comic-Con 2016, asking the stars about the spacey technology they wish were real.

Watch the 'All That' cast tackle 'Double Dare' physical challenges  

These are the physical challenges that Nickelodeon sketch show alumni Lori Beth Denberg, Josh Server, Kel Mitchell and Danny Tamberelli tackled at the "Double Dare" 30th anniversary Facebook Live game as seen from our ringside seats during San Diego Comic-Con 2016.

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