Ep. 1195: Five years. You're welcome, tech world. Video
Outtakes from today's Five Year Anniversary episode.
As we approach the five-year anniversary of the iPhone's debut, Kara Tsuboi chats with Josh Lowensohn about what's next for the now iconic smartphone.
Yes, we actually have the Motorola Droid in the house, and we couldn't be more excited about it. We dish about Verizon's new Android phone and what it means for the Android platform in general. We also talk about the latest Sony Ericsson phones and go over the week's reviews.
CNET's Natali Del Conte takes a look at the Motorola Droid for Verizon Wireless, a smartphone running Google's Android 2.0 operating system and marketed as an anti-iPhone. It is set to hit the market on November 6 for $199.99, with a two-year contract.
For a long time there had been someone else lurking in the shadows. An uninvited guest, a visitor. I did not keep company. I lived alone, they were not welcome. Slamming the doors, sleeping in my bed, taking my things. This is my house, they are not welcome.
At CTIA Fall 2010, Nicole Lee takes a First Look at Verizon's Motorola Droid Pro, the newest Android phone from Motorola.
Even more iPhone Verizon rumors, the upcoming Droid 2, and the BlackBerry Torch. Catch the cell phone stories, launches, and reviews in this week's episode.
Afraid to pull the trigger on the Verizon iPhone? It's ok, Molly Wood is here to help you rationalize your long-awaited iPhone purchase.
Molly's back with some hot dish on Windows Vista ... if you can stay awake for it. Plus, Verizon gets busted, and they fold like a house of cards.
It took a year, but the long-awaited stable version of Chrome for Mac and Linux is here. Google has upgraded the stable branch of the browser to version 5, which includes several HTML5-based features.