Ep. 185: The Keeping Our Lids on Tight Episode Video
I hope you are sitting, and not standing. For this is in fact the final episode of Gadgettes. Yes, it sucks. But the show will always live on in the archives. Before you start re-listening to every single past episode, enjoy our final sendoff where we (appropriately) cover nearly all of the segments from the show.
After a teenage prank on Tamara, the unpopular girl in school, goes horribly wrong, the pranksters decide to cover their tracks and bury the body. However, death won't keep Tamara down. With a new, seductive look and a motive for a revenge to match, Tamara hunts down and kills all those involved in her death.
Molly Wood and Jessica Dolcourt dish the dirt on the best smart phones to buy this year, and how to pick the right one for you.
In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Stephen Shankland discuss the decades-old principle of Moore's Law and if it could ever fail. Hear how the chip industry is developing new technologies to make sure computers keep getting smaller, faster, and smarter.
On the Green Show this week, Citysol's music and arts festival, an electric dirt bike, and the future of smart-grid technology.
At CES 2010, the only thing anyone was talking about was 3D ... and seal robots sucking on pacifiers. Wow, the tech world is weird.
The Lifeproof case for iPhone 4/4S keeps your device safe and sealed against water, snow, dirt, and bumps.
On this week's Crave, we hug our diamond-covered smartphone, dig in the dirt for old E.T. game cartridges, and look to the skies for a pizza delivered by octocopter.
Today's episode is all about technology that is so ridiculous, it calls for someone to exclaim "kill me." That, or it could actually kill you. Man, that's depressing. We lighten things up with the surfing equivalent of Roller Blades. Come to think of it, that might not be all that safe either.
Apple's famous about keeping a tight rein over its proprietary technology and now it's suing Mac clone maker Psystar. CNET News Charles Cooper and Ina Fried discuss the implications of what may turn out to be a landmark case.