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Crave Ep. 132: Spaceglasses turn your face into an interface

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We take a first look at Spaceglasses and augment our reality. Find out who the most searched for superhero is on YouTube? And don't get hacked by toilet hackers. … Read more

The 404 1,316: Where baby got back buttons (podcast)

Leaked from today's 404 episode:

- CNET goes hands-on with the new LG G2 phone.

- Why 4.7 inches is the perfect screen size for the next iPhone.

- iPhone holds value better than do Samsung phones -- analyst.

- LG G2 specs versus Galaxy S4, Moto X, HTC One.

- Snoop is selling Snoopify in-app purchases for $100, and people are actually buying it.

- And just for the hell of it, here's Bridget Carey all Snoopified.… Read more

Debate continues over Internet sales tax bill

CNET Update drops it like it's hot:

In this edition of Update:

- Learn how the Internet sales tax bill could change online shopping and how it impacts businesses.

- Master the art of creating a strong password that's easy to remember.

- Get clues on what the next Xbox can do -- and why it might not require a constant Web connection.

- Discover your inner Dogg with the Snoopify photo-editing app, which taps into the latest app-payment trend.

CNET Update delivers the tech news you need in under three minutes. Watch Bridget Carey every afternoon for … Read more

Snoop Dogg launches new mobile photo app, 'ya dig?!'

Who wouldn't want to create an image of themselves smoking a joint, wearing wrap-around shades, and holding a wad of cash? The new Snoopify app aims to let users do just that.

West coast rapper Snoop Dogg rolled out his new mobile app on Monday, giving users the option of adding photos into the app and then dressing them up gangster style or Rasta-inspired. Free and available on both Android and iOS, the app seems to be making its money with the new trend of the moment -- stickers. While a handful of stickers in the app are free, … Read more