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Too busy to check your voice messages? Wish you could quickly read through them instead? Simulscribe is a new company that offers an automated service that transcribes voice mail. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari sits down with Simulscribe CEO James Siminoff to see how the product works.
Too busy to check your voice messages? Wish you could quickly read through them instead? Simulscribe is a new company that offers an automated service that transcribes voice mail. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari sits down with Simulscribe CEO James Siminoff t
It's everything from the Crave blog, with Brian Tong and guest host Bonnie Cha. This week, they talk about a new robot toy and a cell phone that you can use underwater. Then they take to the streets to see what people think about Built NY's laptop backpack. Plus, Bonnie takes your submissions and finds a nickname for Brian.
Show topics include the much-anticipated BioShock Infinite, Street Fighter lessons for $50 an hour, the addictive Angry Birds and Rage iPhone games
It's all the goods from the Crave blog. Brian Tong is joined by guest host Ariel Nunez, who brings a musical flavor to this week's show. They talk about an iPod boom box straight out of the '80s, the super hot Tenori-On musical sequencer, Motorola's ZN5 cell phone that is focusing on photos, and more juice for your iPhone. Plus, Brian hates on robots.
CNET's Brian Cooley and Joni Blecher take to the CTIA show floor to check out a new crop of cell phones and services.
Get your full fix of the Crave blog. Brian Tong and his special guest iJustine talk about it all. Photos for your wall, Flip Video, real-time video streaming and chats from your phone, slash-resistant shirts, and cell phone's that feel like skin!
At CTIA Wireless 2007, CNET's Bonnie Cha takes a look at the Nokia N76 that is not only a sleek music phone, but a productivity device as well.
It's all the latest from the Crave blog with Brian Tong and guest hostess Jessica Dolcourt. This week they talk about Cyborg keyboards, USB lanyards for your cell phone, a light signaling system for dating, and a human hamster wheel.
Veronica Belmont shows off some of the technology that will help you stick to your New Year's resolutions.