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Electric cars just got a whole lot sleeker with the new Tesla Roadster 2.5. AOTS went on a test drive to learn all about this electric beauty.
Blair Herter gets his speed fix.
We take a look the latest indie video games to keep an eye out for, like the 2D jumper And Yet It Moves, Monday Night Combat and a new Lara Croft makeover.
Amp up your living room with the Insignia NS-BRHTIB Home Theater System, a Blu-ray DVD player that features 640 watts of power and internet connectivity to stream your favorite content.
Who can eat two massive burritos the fastest?
Candace Bailey explains her theme song
The Blackberry Bold has so many new features and apps that it's going to be impossible for you to keep your grubby little fingers off of it.
Acclaimed deejay Mike Relm demonstrates The Lemur, a powerful MIDI controller that features a huge multi-touch screen, plays music, video, samples and even controls a light show.
All he wants is his hammer back
Form follows function in Sony's T90 CyberShot digital camera with its super slim size, a 3" touch screen and 12 mega pixel image sensor.
Take a look at its dual camera features and more
In its final week running, "Attack of the Show!" sampled the best that this Universe has to offer. And naturally, we started by getting smashed. Catch up with Weston Scott as he visits the Ole Smoky Distillery in Tennessee to learn the old-fashioned art of making moonshine. And if that doesn't put some hair on your chest, join us at his next stop: the Louisville Mega Caverns and the world's first underground zip line. That should get you accustomed for our final location: the vacuum of space. Get the latest news on Voyager 1, Mars Curiosity and a ton more on "Galactipedia." Back at the studio, we're reviewing that shiny new Nintendo console, the Wii U! Find out if the innovative new Game Pad is a true game-changer on "Gadget Pr0n." And finally, nerd favorite Nathan Fillion talks to Candace Bailey about his show "Castle" and the tenth anniversary of the cult classic "Firefly." Can he please play Nathan Drake already? Check it out!
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