CNET to the Rescue: Apple will sync you Video
CNET to the Rescue: Apple will sync you Video Transcript
Josh Lowensohn joins the show to help us pick input devices, get things done with to-do lists, and figure out what to do with our old Tivo when the world moves to IPv6 networks.
Josh schools us in saving your social connections and data for posterity, and also what makes the new game Minecraft so addictive. Plus: Rafe on passwords and laptop theft, and more questions about HP laptop reliability.
One the new CNET to the Rescue podcast, co-host Josh Lowensohn schools us all on the ins and outs of Android.
Today, Rafe and Josh rescue you from the indignities of working in a cubicle. We've got your rearview mirrors, your headphones, and should all else fail, your USB foam rocket launchers. Because, you know, work is war. Also: How to stream music on an iPhone, how to test your home network for open ports, and much more.
Welcome to CNET to the Rescue, formerly known as Real Deal, in our new weekly slot, noon Wednesday PT, with new host Josh Lowensohn. Everything about this podcast has changed, except our mission: To help dispel the fear uncertainly and doubt in tech, and help you get the most out of the tech products you own and use. This week: Road test and your questions answered. More or less.
In this Inside Scoop, Kara Tsuboi and Josh Lowensohn discuss the ins and outs of Apple's recent map flub and what the blunder says about the post-Steve Jobs leadership. Also, Lowensohn provides suggestions for other smartphone mapping tools.
Josh reviews iMovie for the iPhone and YouTube's new video editor. They actually work! Also, your questions answered, like, How does my WiFi-only iPad know where I am? And, How can I rescue music tracks I only have on my iPhone? Plus one question we couldn't answer: What's the best way to ditch cable and get current shows over the Web -- without a PC?
CNET reporter Sumi Das talks to Josh Lowensohn about the implications of the verdict in the Apple Samsung trial and what it was like to cover the "patent trial of the century."
CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks to Josh Lowensohn about what products we can (and shouldn't) expect from Apple in 2013.
On today's show, Donald Bell joins us for a discussion on LastPass, the password manager that got (maybe) hacked. Also, Rafe rips on the Galaxy Tab 10.1, and we try to help a listener get a non-Apple hard disk-based music player.