Ep. 1131: CES 2010 preview (excerpt) Video
Breaking new right at the top of the show as Microsoft loses its appeal and the court rules they have to stop selling infringing copies of Microsoft Word by January 11, 2009. We also welcome the new White House security czar and the Google Yelp drama plays on. We're on break now, but we do have special episodes in the feed. We'll be back on January 4! Have a a great holiday!
Another year is in the books, but before we shut the door on 2010 and sign off for the holidays, we wrap up some of the latest cell phone news and reviews. Plus, we give you a preview of what to expect from CES 2011. From LTE handsets to dual-core Android phones, it's shaping up to be a very busy show, and we'll be there to report on all the action, so be sure to tune in on Friday, January 7 at 2 p.m., PT for special broadcast of Dialed In live from Las Vegas. Finally, we want to wish you all a wonderful holiday season and Happy New Year! As always, thanks for listening and we'll see you in 2011.
This week on preGAME, we gear up for gaming's biggest show of the year, E3. On today's episode we'll run down every last prediction and anticipated game we're looking forward to at E3 2010, from each of the three major press conferences to the individual titles themselves.
Jeff's back on the show with a full report on the Nintendo Wii U and its free TVii service that got overshadowed by the iPhone 5 announcements. Speaking of, we'll also talk about iPhone pre-orders selling out in record time, and a survey that wonders if the new phone is worth cutting off your penis. Any takers?
Mauchly, co-inventor of the ENIAC, first unveiled the ENIAC at University of Pennsylvania in 1946. Here are excerpts from Blastoffmedia's 98-minute documentary, "The Computer and the Skateboard."\r\n
In this edition of Dialed In, we chat about what slick smartphones and other cool mobile gear we expect to see at the upcoming CES 2012 trade show in Las Vegas, from Android Ice Cream Sandwich to new Windows Mango handsets from Nokia. Bonus: Meet our newest and ultra-cool team member, Lynn La.
After years of development and delays, the evolutionary sim is finally here. "Spore" is one the most ambitious games ever to come from the mind of Will Wright. The game starts you off as a single-cell organism, which you must evolve into a civilization and beyond, through survival of the fittest. 'Spore' will release on September 7 for the PC and Mac, and for the Wii and DS at a later date.
CNET is relocating to Vegas starting January 7 to cover the world's biggest tech trade show.
We are en route to Las Vegas today so no breaking news, but here is a preview of what to expect from the biggest week in consumer electronics of the year.
Outtakes from today's Five Year Anniversary episode.