CNET Showcase Live: Slates and Netbooks Video
Donald Bell and Dan Ackerman talk about the trends in ultra-mobile computing, with host Rafe Needleman.
Want to buy yourself an Air? Watch this show first. Today we're talking with CNET mobile computing product experts Donald Bell and Dan Ackerman about the state of the art and the near-term future of mobile computing.
Why buy an SUV when all you need is a Mini? Rafe Needleman talks with CNET Reviews' Dan Ackerman about the rise in "Netbooks," and how they may be just the right portable computing products for people in today's tough economy.
CNET's Donald Bell walks you through the highs and lows of picking the right tablet computer, ranging from the Apple iPad, Android devices, e-book readers, and Windows slates.
The iPad. Perhaps you've heard of it. On this week's Roundtable, we talk about what the iPad means to Apple as a company and the tech industry at large. What's up with Apple and Google? Will the App Store change how families computer? To discuss these and other issues we have Peter Burrows, senior writer from BusinessWeek, and Donald Bell, CNET senior editor.
From tiny Netbooks that will fit in your purse to giant desktop replacements that will never leave your desk, there's a laptop out there for just about everybody. CNET's Natali Del Conte and Dan Ackerman are standing by to help you shop for the right one.
CNET editor Dan Ackerman shows you Windows-based Netbooks and latops, MacBook Pros, and iPads you should be taking a look at.
CNET's Donald Bell talks to senior editor Seth Rosenblatt about the latest features and drawbacks of the new Windows operating system.
CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks with senior editor Donald Bell about how Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite e-reader and Kindle Fire HD devices will impact the highly competitive tablet market.
This week: What Intel is doing to keep the momentum in computing moving from the desktop to mobile platform. A look at Atom, WiMax, netbooks, and what to expect from the Intel Developers' Forum next week in San Francisco. Guests: senior editor Dan Ackerman, and writer Brooke Crothers.