Brian Tong takes a bite with the HAPIfork Video
Brian Tong gets a tour of the high-tech Jeopardy stage that premiered at CES 2009, and talks with Harry Friedman, the show's executive producer, about the technology on and off the stage.
This Bluetooth-connected fork from Hapilabs monitors how long you eat, how often, and how fast, to encourage healthier eating habits.
Storage tech is the issue, but CEO Thompson says Symantec isn't afraid of Microsoft in security, either. Also, spam fighter surrenders, and a tool to make Web search safe arrives.
Brian Tong shows you the tech world's most talked about camera, the Lytro camera. We'll showcase its all new features for Lytro's revolutionary product launch.
Brian Tong joins us to talk about the high points of Monday's WWDC announcement and how the new iPhone 4 compares with current Android hardware. Also, the HTC Evo 4G breaks a Sprint record, Android tablets for $100 and Google Music... coming soon? Plus copy/cut/paste shortcuts and a review of DoubleTwist.
CNET Radio's Desmond Crisis talks to Personal Computing Environment's Benjamin Moglin about the company's high-tech chair that combines ergonomic concerns with PC computing needs.
CNET's Brian Tong sits down with artist Will.i.am to talk about his involvement with the tech community, his new iPhone case, and the tech gadgets he uses.
CNET News.com's Joris Evers and CNET's Robert Vamosi talk about rootkits in Bagle variants, new efforts to fight phishing, unofficial patches for IE flaws and wager on whether Microsoft will issue a patch early.
Even if Internet users can tell a real site from a fake one, they're not safe, as phishers now try to trick people into sharing personal information over the phone. Also, more browser bugs, and security as a "killer app" for Intel hardware. Join Joris Evers and Robert Vamosi for CNET's weekly Security Bites.\r\n
Donald Bell and Antuan Goodwin stop by the studio for a very special episode of Boys Out Loud with your host Brian Tong. We discuss the future of Google Wallet and whether or not we will spend more money for higher quality apps for the Windows Phone. We also discuss Apples Malware evolution as well as the PayPal founders idea to pay high school grads not go to college and instead start their own tech companies. All this and much more on todays episode of BOL.