Ep. 1198: Tong tied? Frayed not Video
Brian Tong explains why Crave got canceled and Tom Merritt explains why he is hosting instead of Molly.
On today's show, Brian Tong's secret sources seem to indicate that the iPad 2 might be hitting stores sooner than expected ... we'll see. The announcement is March 2! Also, the FTC looks into kids buying all those Smurf Berries in game on their iPhones, and radiation from cell phones does actually make things happen in your brain, we just don't know what it means. --Molly
Molly Wood and Brian Tong torture test the iPad in liquid nitrogen and drop a ton of gadgets from a 9-foot-tall ladder in our epic CES torture test. Plus, a look at gigantic TVs and the future of wearable fitness tech.
At CES 2010, Brian Tong takes a look at the Vizio LCD Headphones.
This year the Wii takes top honors in our gaming category. Brian Tong explains why.
It's another Monday on BOL, which means breaking news interjections, stumbling analysis, and hilarious Brian Tong jokes that go RIGHT over Molly's head. Turns out you can not actually search for girlfriends on Facebook using the search term, "hot girls." Unless, of course, they self-identify. Plus, a pain ray update!
Apple's iPad 2 dominates the tech news headlines, even down here in Austin. America is sold out of iPads, and we're at least partly to blame. Also, no NFC for your iPhone anytime soon, Facebook gets into the Groupon game, Brian Tong and Cheezburger CEO Ben Huh compare watches, and how to carve hair into a 640-pound block of cheese. All from the Salt Lick BBQ wine cellar, the best place to have a wedding I ever did see. --Molly
Want to see if the iPad can survive liquid nitrogen? Or how about dropping the Surface tablet from a ladder? Molly Wood and Brian Tong torture a slew of gadgets at CES in Las Vegas. See which ones survive and which ones fail.
Editors Molly Wood and Brian Tong show off CNET's top picks for students heading back to campus this fall.
Brian Tong talks to 50 Cent about the growth of SMS Audio and his favorite headphones.