Ep. 105: New Facebook and Apple developments; Samsung Galaxy hands-on; and one DOA TV. Video
Ep. 105: New Facebook and Apple developments; Samsung Galaxy hands-on; and one DOA TV. Video Transcript
This week we check out the new NFL FanVision device, live from this week's Jets game; our recent hands-on demo with the Samsung Galaxy Tab is discussed, and we check out some top-secret Apple pics (but its not what you think).
Samsung's low-cost alternative to the Apple iPod Touch has plenty going for it, but the mediocre screen quality spoils the experience.
Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Tab at the IFA electronics show in Berlin. Here's a look at what the Android-powered tablet has to offer: portability, responsiveness, performance, a nice screen--but several rough patches as well.
The Galaxy Grand looks a lot like the Note 2, but without the pen to control it with.
This week, Emily and Karyne bet on whether the new Xbox will drop in fall of 2013; Samsung will bore us with an unnecessarily enormous new tablet at Mobile World Congress; Nintendo will embarrass itself by changing the name of the Wii U to something much, much worse; and Mark Zuckerberg will loosen his death grip on Facebook and let it go public on Wednesday.
CNET goes hands-on with Samsung's flagship Android 4.0 smartphone, which boasts a larger 4.8-inch screen and a speedy quad-core processor.
This week on Always On, the flagship Android phone ends up in the Terrarium of Death, and suffers many other fates. Plus, fun with NFC tags and high-tech smoking!
On this week's show, Jessica Dolcourt joins us for some hands-on time with the Galaxy Nexus--and that peek is all you get, since there's still no U.S. release date for that sucker. Ridiculous. Also, Google Music recapped and a tag-team SOPA rant, plus Stephen Beacham's awesome new segment: Into It or Not Into It. You will love it, and you will dance. All that and Computer Love, to boot! Settle in!
With Samsung's Touchwiz software and Jelly Bean, this waterproof phone is handy for the outdoors
Samsung's 7-inch Android tablet is a serious contender to the Apple iPad, boasting two cameras, Flash compatibility, and a more convenient size.