Ep. 15: The CES hangover Video
Yes, it's that time of year again for the annual Apple iPhone harvest. This time, it's the iPhone 4S, which looks a lot like the old one, but with some pretty substantial improvements. We also discuss last week's CTIA trade show where we saw several new Android handsets, and Jessica witnessed phone destruction at the hands of Nokia. We also look forward to tomorrow's triple-event extravaganza: BlackBerry DevCon, the Motorola/Verizon event in New York, and the Samsung/Google event in Hong Kong. And last but not least, we say a fond farewell to Bonnie Cha and Kent German, as they become occasional hosts instead of regular ones.
At CES 2013, ZTE unveiled its 5-inch, quad-core handset, the Grand S, which also sports a 13-megapixel camera.
Gateway's FX7020 matches an AMD quad-core CPU and a fast Nvidia graphics card to make a compelling gaming PC, with some basic multimedia features to boot.
We're back from the holiday weekend and we all had a good time...until The Hangover 2 happened. The movie itself wasn't as awful as expected, so tune into a spoiler-free review on today's episode before you rush out and give Zach Galifianakis another $14 bucks.
We take a whole show to answer your emails and voicemails, but first we discuss the coming of the quad-core tablet. All of that plus we pick the winner of episode 69's contest on this week's episode.
With its 5.5-inch screen, the LG Optimus G Pro is an enormous Android Jelly Bean handset from LG that's also equipped with a quad-core processor, a 13-megapixel camera, and NFC.
CNET's Natali Morris takes a First Look at Angry Birds, the board game at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
Netflix shares up amid buyout rumors; Google+ asks for face-recognition permission; a new video game is a billion-dollar blockbuster; and Angry Birds comes to the playground.
No banana costume this time, but that's OK because we find other ways to embarrass ourselves. This week, we check out Apple product rumors, learn that 8.9-inch tablets exist, wonder why people don't want quad-core phones, and Emily gives Siri a piece of her mind
Google keeps the news ball rolling, dropping two new Chromebook laptops and an enterprise-ready Chromebox. Plus, of course, they make Chrome OS official. Oh, and how could we bury the lead? Angry Birds is now available in the Chrome App Store! For free! Plus, it turns out 100,000 Facebook apps were accidentally leaking your data, Apple and Google hit the privacy hot sheet, and a dude jumps out of a helicopter with a rocket pack strapped to his back. We won't spoil the ending for you. --Molly