Ep. 1110: Apple Tablet is the unicorn of tech Video
In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Josh Lowensohn discuss recent rumors that the newest crop of Apple products might be behind schedule. Hear about the new fingerprint-detection feature that's delaying the next-generation iPhone and when you could be streaming tunes from your Apple Radio.
Can Intel derail the AMD juggernaut? Get the inside scoop as Charles Cooper, Michael Kanellos, Tom Krazit and special guest Roger Kay debate the question in this week's edition of the CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable.
The New Nook Color makes its debut: is it half a loaf or a half-bottle of wine? It's a tortured set of analogies, but we hope you'll get the point. Plus, big news about the show's host lineup (welcome Brian Tong!), Spotify is in the news but still not in the U.S., and the white iPhone 4 officially reaches "annoying tech unicorn" status. Oh, and "Avatar" will never die. Ever. --Molly
At next week's Google event in New York, experts are expecting several tablet and phone announcements. In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Casey Newton break down the product rumors and discuss how and where the Nexus tablets can fit into the ever-broadening tablet landscape.
With a week to get all the iPad jokes out of their system, Jasmine and Donald sit down to really figure out what's so special about Apple's controversial tablet. Zune phone rumors heat up in advance of the 2010 Mobile World Congress, and Jasmine shows off a pair of eco-friendly headphones.
This week on the Roundtable, we discuss the future of book publishing. Guests Andrew Savikas from O'Reilly Media, and our own executive editor David Carnoy, talk about the upcoming Barnes and Noble Nook, the continued success of the Amazon Kindle, the anticipation over a rumored Apple tablet device, and electronic books in general.
The FAA has asked Boeing to prove it's new connected airplane isn't so connected it can connect hackers. We also discuss why folks think women aren't as good at math when all the women we know are great at math. And we hash over some Apple tablet rumors. I mean how could we not. We also have special guest host Clayton Morris from Fox News, AND Ryan Shrout from PC Perspective.
Managing Director Richard J. Lewis talks about the premise of the new CBS show "Person of Interest."
Nobody's perfect...except for maybe Tom.
Today's BOL happened before a live studio audience at SXSW in Austin, TX. Cali Lewis and Nicole Lee joined us on stage to discuss the state of SXSW Interactive, the on-going Google/China kerfuffle, and pharmaceutical companies' struggles to fit the risks of drugs into a Twitter-friendly 140 characters. Also, Cali Lewis nearly loses a toe.... um, sorry?