Ep. 131: Newspapers take on the iPad, plus NYC's Apple cube is getting a makeover Video
Ep. 131: Newspapers take on the iPad, plus NYC's Apple cube is getting a makeover Video Transcript
CNET's Natali Del Conte covers the New York City launch of the Apple iPad at the flagship cubed Apple Store on 5th Avenue.
This week we go comparison shopping, comparing game prices on Apple's Mac App Store to other retailers; then we discuss the new price cuts for the Logitech Revue and Nintendo 3DS, and play tech trivia with MTV's games blogger Russ Frushtick.
Google may launch an app store for businesses, Microsoft wants to play Tag, and Twitter may be draining your brain.
This week, we recap the highs and lows of high-tech Super Bowl ads, figure out why the Motorola Xoom costs so darn much, and play another round of our new tech trivia game, with prizes for chat room members.
This week, we debate the merits of the proposed AT&T/T-mobile merger, and Dan and Scott give the Nintendo 3DS a pre-launch postmortem. Then, play along as we quiz each other and the chatroom with some brain-twisting telephone trivia.
In celebration of Valentine's Day, we look at some of the timely press swag that has turned up in our office. Scott talks about his visit to Toy Fair, and we play some more tech trivia with the chatroom.
CNET's Maggie Reardon talks to the thousand-plus crowd that has gathered to buy the iPhone 4 at Apple's flagship, glass-cube store in Manhattan.
The format of today's episode is a little different, as we're discussing all the products to come out of Apple's Education Event at The Guggenheim Museum here in New York, along with Bridget Carey who reports from the field on iBooks 2, iBooks Author, and the revamped iTunes U platform for students. CNET's David Carnoy helps us out as well.
This week, we check out some new ultrabook laptops that are blurring the definition of this growing category, then David Carnoy shows off his favorite iPad 3 cases, and we close with some hands-on tips for playing the incredibly popular tablet game Draw Something.
This week on the Roundtable, we discuss the future of book publishing. Guests Andrew Savikas from O'Reilly Media, and our own executive editor David Carnoy, talk about the upcoming Barnes and Noble Nook, the continued success of the Amazon Kindle, the anticipation over a rumored Apple tablet device, and electronic books in general.