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-- -- Introducing always on coming June 19. This CNET production as a whole new kind of tech review -- We've taken the show. Every episode of our weekly twenty minute show will tell you what new gadgets are out there and how they perform. Okay I'm starting my half marathon training to adapt to these three miles I have my -- -- and and that might visit. -- you had big Golden Gate Bridge. You -- little iPad. Plus whether those gadgets can survive in the real world -- which can be a pretty tough place to be. My be okay. We'll tell you how to get the most out of your devices. And take you inside this test that will change how we live in the future. Always on its -- like you have never seen it before. Coming June 19 at cnet.com slash always on and I can't actually somehow there. I'll pass out.
We always knew that the age of selling back your old video games would come to a close, but never thought it'd be this soon! Tune into today's 404 Podcast to hear more.
The Saab 9-5 rolls off the production line. GM comes up with two-seater. And in this special presentation of Car Tech Live, we drive at Laguna Seca in a track car, a commuter car, and a car you've never heard of before.
On June 29th, 2005, Earth goes to war. From Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures comes ?War of the Worlds,? directed by Steven Spielberg and starring international superstar Tom Cruise. A contemporary retelling of H.G. Wells?s seminal classic, the sci-fi adventure thriller reveals the extraordinary battle for the future of humankind through the eyes of one American family fighting to survive it. The film also stars Dakota Fanning, Miranda Otto, Justin Chatwin, and Tim Robbins. Cruise stars as Ray Ferrier, a divorced dockworker and less-than-perfect father. Soon after his ex-wife (Miranda Otto) and her new husband drop off his teenage son Robbie (Justin Chatwin) and young daughter Rachel (Dakota Fanning) for a rare weekend visit, a strange and powerful lightning storm touches down. Moments later, at an intersection near his house, Ray witnesses an extraordinary event that will change all their lives forever. A towering three-legged war machine emerges from deep beneath the earth and, before anyone can react, incinerates everything in sight. An ordinary day has suddenly become the most extraordinary event of their lifetimes ? the first strike in a catastrophic alien attack on Earth. Ray scrambles to get his children away from this merciless new enemy, embarking on a journey that will take them across the ravaged countryside, where they become caught in the desperate tide of refugees fleeing from an extraterrestrial army of Tripods. But no matter where they run, there is no safety, no refuge ? only Ray?s unconquerable will to protect the ones he loves. Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures present an Amblin Entertainment/Cruise|Wagner Production, a Steven Spielberg film, ?War of the Worlds.? Directed by Steven Spielberg from a screenplay by Josh Friedman and David Koepp, based on the novel by H. G. Wells, the film is produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson. The executive producer is Paula Wagner. The film also stars Dakota Fanning, Miranda Otto, Justin Chatwin and Tim Robbins. This film has been rated PG-13 for Frightening Sequences of Sci-Fi Violence and Disturbing Images. Spielberg?s core filmmaking team, which has collaborated with the director on numerous projects, is led by director of photography Janusz Kaminski, ASC, production designer Rick Carter, editor Michael Kahn, A.C.E., and costume designer Joanna Johnston. Music is composed by John Williams. Visual effects and animation is by Industrial Light & Magic, led by senior visual effects supervisor Dennis Muren and visual effects supervisor Pablo Helman. ?War of the Worlds? opens worldwide on June 29, 2005.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: Samsung's Galaxy Tab arrives; color comes to the Barnes & Noble Nook; iLife '11 brings big updates; and how could we forget...zombies!
Between dads and grads, June is a busy gift-giving month. If you're stuck on what to give your loved ones to celebrate their accomplishments or presence in your life, why not turn to tech. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the top electronic gifts this season as recommended by CNET editors.
This week on Always On, get the director's cut of some of your favorite Future Tech segments--plus, outtakes galore!
We know it's not Halloween, but we here at MP3 Insider figured you could use a little horror in your life anyway. OK, so maybe it's a slow news week in MP3 player land, but that just happens to be the perfect excuse to rant about all the terrible choices portable audio device manufacturers have made over the years. But first, Donald and Jasmine eviscerate the awful packaging ensconcing the equally questionable earbuds from newcomer Ankit--trust us, if you've never watched the video before, it's worth it this time. Then, take a trip with us down memory lane that starts with the worst-ever MP3 player ever reviewed by CNET, and ends with a pair of unfortunate sneakers that never made it to market.
It's a Prizefight like no other. Brian Tong takes the two biggest names in tech and throws them into a 10-round battle royale. You've never seen Bill Gates and Steve Jobs like this before. Let's get it on!
You've probably never heard of these products and here's why.