All-new CNET Mobile Video
All-new CNET Mobile Video Transcript
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>> What's up, I'm Brian Tong for CNET and today we're going to check out the all new CNET mobile site for any Web-enabled phone. Now first thing is first, we made it easy to get to the site, so just punch in CNET.com in the browser and you'll automatically go to our mobile optimized site. Now, it's divided into three major sections, we've got reviews, news and now we have CNET TV on your phone as well. Just like the Web, you can click these tabs to access the meat and potatoes of CNET.com or you can scroll through the homepage for killer content from our editors with the latest items at the top. And if something big is breaking it could be MacWorld, CES or the hottest product releases you'll find it right here. Now, if you know what you're looking for we have a search box that you'll see at the top of every page. Just plug the company or product name into the box to get started. For example, a new iPod is always nice. Now here the search results broken out by site section. The first results we display are summary reviews. This entry shows the editor and user ratings, pricing information and an excerpt of the review. Keep on scrolling and you'll find the top three results from CNET News and CNET TV. The new product review page offers all the information you need to know. Now, we start with the CNET editor ratings, there's a full product summary and a link to see the product's specs. You can even click on more to see a full list of stores and prices. There you'll find integrated links so you can make your purchase directly from your phone, or if you're in a store and you found something you want check to see if you're buying it from the right place. Either way there's no reason for you to overpay for technology ever again. Now, one of my favorite new features is the ability to watch CNET TV on your phone, something not possible if you've been browsing our full site using Safari. We have over twenty CNET shows available with an extensive library of videos to choose from. The video quality is excellent. So, if you're killing time or need some insights before making a purchase, it's now all available whenever you want it, wherever you are. Now, here's one of the hottest shows on CNET called the Apple Byte. I just happen to be the host for it. Oh, man it's a great show. So, check out the all new mobile version of CNET.com with all the new goodies we put together for you and I'll see you on your iPhone. ^M00:02:18 [ Music ]
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