Afternoon Edition: Cloud-based Apple TV Video
Showbiz Tonight's A. J. Hammer was on the scene as Howard Stern made his satellite radio debut. (January 10)
During CNET's 2005 Holiday Helpdesk, Juan from New York asked which satellite radio provider he should subscribe to.
Samsung showed off its revamped AllShare Play app, which allows users to store pictures and video on cloud-based servers or send to Samsung HDTVs remotely. The company's SmartView feature can also send TV content to Samsung tablets and smartphones across a Wi-Fi home network.
Google+ gets new cloud-based photo-sharing and -editing features at Google I/O in San Francisco. The new tools are designed to speed up the editing and sorting process for users by automatically backing up photos taken on smartphones, and sending them to Google's cloud storage.
Verizon goes all-in for 4G, the first Android watch is pleasing on the eyes, and Google TV adds cloud-console gaming from OnLive.
New details about the next-gen iMacs, and could the Mac Pro really be dead? Plus, who thinks the Apple TV will be the "iPanel"? Not us.
A mobile hot spot rewards you for sharing Wi-Fi, Aereo streaming TV service adds a cable station, and Apple users can gift an app from their device.
We get a look at the lens on the Altek Leo camera phone, New York commuters may be getting free Wi-Fi, and YouTube now has a cloud-based video editing tool.
AOL executive Janet Balis talks about the company's ambitious plans for the Huffington Post Streaming Network at the Social TV Summit in San Francisco. Can programming based on conversation and zeitgeist revolutionize newsrooms?
CNET TV is on location at the launch of the Google Android-based smartphone, the T-Mobile G1.