CNET to the Rescue Ep. 5: Atomic clocks and hybrid storage Video
CNET Download.com's Seth Rosenblatt joins the Real Deal to answer all your questions about Windows 7 so you can be prepared for October 22.
Seth Rosenblatt from CNET's Download.com reveals his list of must-have software for your new PC, all of which is free.
Special guest Rescuers Seth Rosenblatt and Darren Kitchen help solve tech issues from people with busted iTunes installations, bad cable modems, and recalcitrant audio players on Windows XP PCs. Plus: The best GPS for motorcyclists.
Download.com's Seth Rosenblatt picked the worst downloads of 2009, and Tom counts 'em down.
osh and special guest co-host Seth Rosenblatt take a look at magic USB pens and cameras you can stick on your head, car, sky diving parachute--or whatever. We also answer your questions about cloning failing hard drives, getting past Facebook's security, and the best backpacks for your laptop.
If you're going to spend more time touching your keyboard than your spouse, you might want to put some time into picking a good one (keyboard, that is). Here are our tips for keyboards. Plus, of course, your questions answered. (And the obligatory Evernote tip.)
Guest Brian Cooley joins Rafe for a rambling discussion about home network safety, home security cameras, and how to avoid getting ripped off at Best Buy. Plus, as always, your questions answered.
CNET Labs guru Dong Ngo joins us on Rescue today to explain why you want network storage in your house, which products you want to look at, and which to avoid. Also: SSDs vs rotating media; and your storage questions answered
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?
Dong Ngo joins us to discuss how he re-wiring his house for gigabit networking. Plus, your questions answered, including rescuing old laptops from evil malware, and stretching out battery life on a MacBook.