E3: Rock your Bodypad Video
Believe it or not, tablets are shaping up to be the future of home theater controls. Brian Cooley walks you through what could become the ultimate couch potato setup.
Our guest today is Saddie Gennis, professional couch potato and staff editor for TV Guide online. She'll update us on all the new shows making the rounds this season and gives a little insight into her obsession with Veronica Mars, Supernatural, and Scandal. More TV talk plus the day's tech headlines including a profile on people that who hate music and a social network called Livr that turns your binge drinking into a game!
Turn your iPad into a tabletop game system: the SteelSeries Stratus, the first iOS MFi game controller with Bluetooth, is tiny but packs a big gaming punch.
Small, lightweight, and both simple and fun to use, the $100 Fitbit Ultra helps couch potatoes get up and moving.
Five video games due out in 2013 that will keep you glued to your couch.
The Zune gets free Wi-Fi at McDonald's, Yahoo and Google are in hot water, and Netflix holds a contest to find the ultimate couch potato.
This week, Ty demos Sony's strap-on 3D visor, which we've dubbed the "Headman," while Scott shows us how the OnLive Desktop brings cloud PC computing to the iPad. Also, check out a cool new laptop backpack, and find out what our favorite MacBook Air substitutes are.
Gates and Jobs reveal secret relationship; Palm gives smart phones a companion; Apple brings YouTube to couch potatoes; Mahalo says hello to hand-crafted search results; and high-flying wings.
For decades, watching television meant being a couch potato. But with the Slingbox digital storage device, you get into Lost anywhere you please. Sling Media CEO Blake Krikorian talks about the benefits of Slingbox and how it compares to television and iTunes. Video provided by Churchill Club.
From goggles that can show you trail maps to gloves that let you control your phone, CNET's Sumi Das strapped on her snowboard to take some ski gadgets on a test run.