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This week on Crave, we take a look at a concept phone that can change its shape when you get a notification. Plus, Microsoft shows off the IllumiRoom projector that puts gamers inside video games and we play another round of "Into It Not Into It"!
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An Android tablet with a 4:3 7.9-inch display and ample features, the Iconia A1 could be an interesting entry in a crowded market.
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Though a little pricey at $199, this compact portable Bluetooth speaker converts into a stand for just about any tablet.
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Call it an ultrabook, but Acer's latest 11-inch computer's really a tablet with its own keyboard case.
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After a two-years, Caroline McCarthy finally makes her return to the show to tell us about her time at Google and why she did the impossible and left.
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Comedian Marc Maron usually interviews his friends on his WTF Podcast, but today we're turning the tables and getting his take on tracking down Internet trolls, his development as a humorist, and his new TV show on IFC.
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The Nook HD and HD+ may not be fully 'open' Android tablets, but they're now much more open.
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Facebook offers a new security feature to help those locked out, Instagram turns on photo tagging, and Rovio hatches a new Angry Birds game.
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This compact sub-$100 Bluetooth speaker from Grace Digital is designed for outdoor use.
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Cybertronic Bridget Carey guest stars on today's episode and dons her newly purchased Google Glass Explorer Edition headset! She'll give us her first impressions and we'll try on the future of wearable technology.
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The 5.5-inch, quad-core superphone feels just as quick, nimble, and powerful as the international model. Our experience makes us even more eager for the device's launch date of May 10. The handset will cost $199.99 with a two-year contract, but AT%T will begin taking preorders of the phone starting May 3.
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The HP Slate 7 costs less than the Nexus 7, but with a lack of features and a low-resolution screen, does it undercut Google's tablet enough to justify a purchase?