Ep. 18: Samsung, we don't need no stinkin' 11.6-inch Galaxy Tab tablet Video
Recent Google-related rumors freak Karyne out, Amazon just loves a good gimmick, and the Xbox might not need an always-on Internet connection after all. Oh, and we say hi to an old friend.
On this week's show, Verizon looks to take over video streaming; the iPad 3 may come out in March, April, May, or June; Nokia and Microsoft are sluts; and Emily and Karyne share the same favorite number!
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.
Today on Buzz Out Loud we are joined by the Rumor Has It girls Karyne Levy and Emily Dreyfuss. The Galaxy Nexus has crash landed in America and SOPA is set for a vote on amendments today in the Washington. We play a round of Into It..Not Into It and discuss what the world searched on Google in 2011.
The 7-inch and 10.1-inch tablets don't so much succeed the originals as offer affordable price points on slightly humbler devices.
Samsung reveals its latest 10.1-inch tablet at IFA 2013 in Berlin. The new device has an eight-core chip, 3GB of RAM, and new S Pen and multitasking features.
The small, simple Android smartphone was on display at Mobile World Congress.
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?
Samsung's 7-inch Android tablet is a serious contender to the Apple iPad, boasting two cameras, Flash compatibility, and a more convenient size.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus wouldn't be much without Ice Cream Sandwich, but when it's combined with the latest version of the Android OS, you end up with a sleek and powerful smartphone.