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CNET's Bridget Carey breaks down some of the more unique devices at the Consumer Electronics Show, like the Avegant Glyph video headphones, ZTE Projector Hotspot, and the iPhone keyboard case.
While we aren't surprised at the unveiling of the new Apple iPhone 5C and 5S, we're certainly excited to see how the new internal hardware profile, an improved camera, and the fingerprint scanner will affect usability and security. Tune in for our analysis of today's announcements!
Amazon's latest e-reader is now shipping after a radiant review, Verizon iPhone 5 users should download a bug fix, and say hello to Zynga-themed board games.
Today we speculate on why Apple is forcing people to create an iTunes account in order to use the iPhone.
Learn how to make video playlists in iTunes and use them on an Apple iPod or iPhone.
The Beatles now on iTunes; Adobe and Apple smack talk continues; and the white iPhone is ready to order, but not through Apple! All that and more, on this week's Apple Byte.
Apple's acquisition of Lala shows signs that iTunes might move to the browser; magazine publishers are preparing for the Apple Tablet; and Ustream live broadcasting comes to the iPhone.
It's got a huge, stunning screen and 4G LTE. We use Apple's new iPad as an augur for the next-gen iPhone, and tackle news of the day.
Apple's famed media player continues to reign supreme on many platforms, primarily because of the popularity of the iPod. But iTunes has a wide-range of features to satisfy any audiophile. With the latest update, iPhone users will be able to access the new iTunes App Store.
The FAA has asked Boeing to prove it's new connected airplane isn't so connected it can connect hackers. We also discuss why folks think women aren't as good at math when all the women we know are great at math. And we hash over some Apple tablet rumors. I mean how could we not. We also have special guest host Clayton Morris from Fox News, AND Ryan Shrout from PC Perspective.