CNET to the Rescue Ep. 1 : Josh joins the fray Video
One the new CNET to the Rescue podcast, co-host Josh Lowensohn schools us all on the ins and outs of Android.
Each week CNET to the Rescue offers help and how-to for all your tech problems.
Josh Lowensohn is here to help us grok Apple's announement that it's bringing music and data cloud synchronization to its apps and device. Also: What to do with a dead RAID array, how to save big bucks on Windows upgrades, and much more.
Josh Lowensohn guest-hosts Real Deal to answer questions about networking, streaming, cheap cameras, and car stereos.
Josh Lowenson is with us today answering tech questions about iPhones, iPads, iMacs, iEtc. Also covered: Which Apple prodcuts are worth buying today and which aren't.
This week, Josh tells us how to weasel out of your mobile phone contract, what to do with an old phone, and how to connect an XBox to a PC with a crossover cable. Plus, we road test keyboard goo!
CNET cellphone editor Kent German joins Rescue this week to tell us how to ditch your landline phone and (maybe) your ISP completely. Plus, your mobile questions answered, like: Can I use a Kindle as a hotspot?
Every year we go to CES, and every year we have problems: Not enough AC power, failing WiFi, press conferences where we can't find a place to sit and do our reporting. This week, we reveal how we (try to) get around these constraints, and how the lessons we learn can help you compute at any crowded event. Plus: Your questions answered, of course.
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.
Rafe and Josh discuss the best mobile apps for finding stuff to do and things to eat near where you are. Also, your questions, answered, including our tips for painting your laptop BMW red.