Doohickeys, Detroit and a donkey dilemma -- that's about what you can expect in this week's installment. Your hosts, Tim and Brian, talk about the cool car tech from the North American International Auto show, recap the highs and lows of CES and even dig into how Google's proved it's not a burro killer. Of course, that's only skimming the surface. So, join us and listen in to our roughly hour-long post-CES recovery episode, where Tim totally has to keep it quick to pick up a Telsa.
Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater
Producer: Joe Pollicino
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01:34 - How hardware startups changed the face of CES
03:41 - CES 2013: Best of show
22:25 - CES 2013: Crapgadget roundup
23:52 - Facebook Graph Search hands-on (video)
29:12 - Facebook partners with Bing to deliver web results in Graph Search
29:27 - Zuckerberg: Microsoft more willing to work with us, still open to a Google partnership
31:42 - Chevrolet C7 Corvette Stingray comes with 8-inch customizable instrument cluster
33:07 - Cadillac ELR unveiled: A Volt for the luxury set
34:10 - Tesla Model X SUV hands-on (video)
36:13 - Tesla to open 25 new stores in 2013, first Chinese location this spring
41:09 - Sony VP teases 'a big secret' announcement for E3 or earlier, calls out PlayStation brand
42:53 - Nikkei: Nintendo to launch unified console and handheld division by February 16th (update: confirmed)
43:53 - United becomes first US airline to offer overseas WiFi with satellite-equipped 747
42:24 - Google: it's cool, guys, we didn't run over a donkey
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