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CNET's Editor at Large Brian Cooley explains how wireless networking technology allows consumers to watch digital media stored on their personal computer on living room TVs without running cables.
CNET's Editor at Large Brian Cooley shows how the makers of smart phones are betting that consumers will want the functions of a personal digital assistant (PDA) and a cell phone in a single device.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, CNET Radio's Brian Cooley takes a look at the Adobe Photoshop Album, new software that allows people to organize their digital photos.
CNET Radio's Brian Cooley looks at new technology from Magis Networks that lets consumers connect their DVD players , televisions and stereo components without using wires or cables.
CNET's Brian Cooley takes a look at a software program that works with a computer's existing TV tuner card to allow it to operate like personal video recorder.
CNET Reviews senior editor Eliot Van Buskirk shows CNET's Brian Cooley the Archos AV300 series of personal video players that tout up to 40-gigabyte hard drives and record from televisions, PCs, digital camcorders and stereos.
Brian Cooley, CNET's editor at large, talks with CNET News reporter Tom Krazit about the long lines at the store, the activation issues, and the other problems that arose from the iPhone 3G launch.
CNET's Editor at Large Brian Cooley checks out the latest portable video players and explains how these pocket-size devices could do for video what the MP3 player did for audio.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, Brian Cooley finds out how a wireless connection coupled with the latest Streamium flat-screen TV from Philips Electronics gives consumers access to audio, video and photos from their living room.
Brian Cooley demonstrates how easy it is to record and pause live television using a DVR recorder.