Ep. 12: Samsung to release Retuna Deesplay tablet Video
Could Microsoft complete its revitalization by adding a gaming tablet to its lineup? Karyne is breathing into a bag with excitement. We go over that and other rumors, and we apologize in advance for the ridiculousness of Emily's humiliation Day video.
This week, Emily and Karyne bet on whether the new Xbox will drop in fall of 2013; Samsung will bore us with an unnecessarily enormous new tablet at Mobile World Congress; Nintendo will embarrass itself by changing the name of the Wii U to something much, much worse; and Mark Zuckerberg will loosen his death grip on Facebook and let it go public on Wednesday.
Chewing over the Internet's constant churn of tech rumors, Rumor Has It, with CNET editors and devoted tech geeks Emily Dreyfuss and Karyne Levy, rounds up the week's hottest tech gossip, discusses what may come true and what is definitely fiction, and spices it up with a little old-fashioned gambling. Join in on the high-stakes fun by calling, e-mailing, and commenting on our blog, and don't forget to send us juicy tips!
CNET editors Emily Dreyfuss and Karyne Levy are back for another round of rumors. And what's that on the board? Did someone get a point?
This week we talk about CDs going the way of the dodo, the PlayBook Black Friday deal, Google Music going to 11, and according to nobody, the iPad 3 will be able to fly. Oh, and Karyne loses a Twitter follower over her Google TV digs.
Emily Dreyfuss and Karyne Levy take you on a tour of the CNET Trailer, aka the crib, to see where the CES magic really happens.
Hoping to grab mobile-media market share from Apple Computer this holiday season, Samsung is releasing new portable audio and video players in the coming weeks. Correspondent James Hilliard gets a preview of the new models and features from Samsung's Mark Farish.
Verizon and Samsung have released a new Android smartphone and no, you're not seeing double. That is, indeed, two touch screens. Get a closer look at the unique handset in our First Look video.
Rafe Needleman and Donald Bell join Brian Tong on the show today to discuss all the new video-streaming options coming down the pipe. We got Amazon, Viacom, HBO, Netflix, Verizon, Redbox, and now possibly another service called Quickflix. Which one will you choose? In other news, the iPad 3 is coming in March, and we investigate who exactly Pinterest appeals to. If you are a guy you most likely have no interest in Pinterest.
This week, Xbox rumors are back, making Karyne hyperventilate; Google might release its own Chromebook by the end of the year; and Disney's upcoming "Star Wars" film could make fans everywhere go to the Dark Side.