Ep. 1159: Where we challenge you to a vote-off Video
As the presidential campaigns heat up, it might be just as important for the candidates to cover their social media bases as it is to have a position on national health care. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some of the best political apps and Web sites vying for your vote.
Millions of Americans are facing mortgages worth more than their home's value. Where do the presidential candidates stand on the housing crisis? Ben Tracy reports.
Will electronic musicians like Skrillex and Deadmau5 soon be replaced by music that evolves and writes itself? On today's 404 episode, the guys get a taste of the Microsoft Surface tablet, speculate about the future of public transportation, and more!
Well that happened. We're back in the studio after a week of wading through Hurricane Sandy and Jeff got hit the hardest. Check out today's episode for stories of what we saw, how we managed, and what you can do to help the relief effort.
CNET video host and blogger Molly Wood is back in New York, so we invite her to today's episode to tell us about her recent trip to the CBS Upfronts, where she checked out a preview of the CBS fall prime-time schedule and met her celebrity crush(es)!
Episode 45 of the Digital City, where we discuss the latest Apple tablet rumors, discover who besides EA has a license to produce NFL video games, and an appreciation of music tech pioneer Les Paul.
Today's podcast is a laugh riot. OK, not really but it's certainly action-packed. We kick things off by addressing the rumors of a Facebook phone and reports that the BlackBerry PlayBook will run Android apps. We also sort through the carriers' confusing smartphone data plans and take a look at the phones from Motorola's past, present, and future. All this plus the latest reviews and reader e-mails on this week's episode of Dialed In.
Americans get to voice their opinion of U.S. troop presence in Iraq with their vote for president in November. Lara Logan reports on the candidates' positions in 'Where They Stand.'
Tom and Brian answer viewer tech questions, and Ivan Kanevski of glassbooth.com stops by to demonstrate how the Web site helps you pick the presidential candidate that best represents you.