Computers for grads and dads Video
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.
Grads need to stay on the cutting edge. Set them up right with these hot products.
It's Wilson's penultimate episode on The 404 Podcast, but his departure just wouldn't feel right unless we let him carry on today about the Apple OS 10.8 Mountain Lion announcement. We'll also reveal Apple's dirty little PR secret while we're on the topic, and of course play a few voicemails from listeners lamenting Wilson's desertion.
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We wouldn't suggest spending less than $500 for a PC. If you can spend a little bit more, you'll find that the eMachines T2958 provides just enough for basic computing demands.
Searching for photos and pictures of friends, events, and people can be fun. But wouldn't it be cool if you could scan through them in a virtual 3D space? Well, you can, and Veronica's here to show you how!
We wouldn't rely on this camera to document special occasions, but it'll do in a pinch.
The Solstice has always been a little lacking in street cred, but this version wouldn't be.
We wouldn't recommend the Philips BDP5506 over competing Blu-ray players.
With Valentine's Day right around the corner Dong Ngo shares a little knowledge in the field of networking and storage devices, and how choosing the right one could mean love for you on that special day.