Digital City No. 41: Apple's falling market share vs. the Game Boy Micro vs. the death of gaming PCs Video
Episode 56 of the Digital City, where Joey wonders why everyone puts up with poor iPhone service (hint: it's the social utility of shared experiences); and Scott finds out how much laptop $350 can buy.
At CES 2010, Scott Stein checks out the M11X, a thin-and-light gaming laptop from Alienware.
Episode 45 of the Digital City, where we discuss the latest Apple tablet rumors, discover who besides EA has a license to produce NFL video games, and an appreciation of music tech pioneer Les Paul.
RIP Holo-Pac. 2Pac fans hoping for a worldwide holographic tour are out of luck as its parent company Digital Domain ironically filed for bankruptcy on the 16th anniversary of the artist's death. Mark Licea joins us on today's 404 episode to re-cap the Nintendo Wii U and TVii announcements. We'll also talk more about Apple iPhone 5 hype, the worst accessory for your smartphone, and the rise and fall of the emojicon.
Episode 58 of the Digital City, where we wrangle with the legal arguments over Apple vs. Psystar; show off the latest super-fancy laptop to hit our desks, the $2,000 HP Envy 15; and find the world's best laptop backpack in the Booq Boa. Both Modern Warfare 2 and New Super Mario Bros. Wii gets some praise, while PSP Go sales seem to hit a wall; and we compare the original God of War games to the new polished-up versions in the God of War collection for PS3.
Leaked from today's podcast: Game of Thrones, Kinect Star Wars review, Akham City DLC rumors, and death metal voice warmups!
Episode 48 of the Digital City, where we discuss fancy OLED technology coming to laptops; how the cheaper PS3 Slim doubled sales the very first week; which PS2 games should get the Blu-ray re-release treatment; and why Apple has a little problem called AT&T.
Episode 47 of the Digital City, where we install Apple's new Snow Leopard OS update, discuss the current round of game console price cuts, check out some Netbooks with HD displays, and find out why Time Warner's new "Mystro" cable box firmware update for
Watch as CNET intern Andrew Gruen unboxes our Alienware mALX gaming laptop for the first time.
Meet the gamebook: Alienware's newest laptop packs Nvidia gaming graphics into a tiny 11.6-inch screen package.