Ep. 42: It's a love 'n hate (tech) thang Video
The iLoad is marketed to people who love their iPods but hate computers. Unfortunately, iLoad only replaces the frustrations with a computer of its own.
This week on the CNET Tech Review, TiVo unveils the Slide Remote; how to turn off Facebook Places; track down your missing iPhone voice mails; and a gaming console Prizefight rematch.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 is a camera that people will either love for its speed, photo quality, and interchangeable-lens flexibility, or hate for its large-ish size, electronic viewfinder, and occasionally frustrating design.
Instead of resting on the laurels of their previous acts [Joan Of Arc, Owls, Cap ‘n Jazz, etc.], Make Believe fearlessly forge ahead, connecting the dots between avant-indie acts like US Maple and Polvo with the emotion of say Minor Threat all the while sounding absolutely nothing like any of the above. In other words, Make Believe are just four really talented dudes in their 20s trying to reinvent punk rock the only way they know how. Love it or hate it, this is the new, urgent sound of "now" played with complete abandon. Take a listen and pick a side.How to play YouTube's hidden video game
Hate waiting for those YouTube videos to load? With this hidden game, those waits won't be so painful. Check out today's Tekzilla Daily as Veronica Belmont shows you how to turn that loading screen into a game of Snake.Buzz Report: Avast, ye bootleggers and pornographers
The iPhone is both trademarked and already being copied, the Pirate Bay is hoping to relocate, and Sony hates to have to love porn. Buzz is back, baby!2010 Nissan Cube S (Krom Edition)
The funky, little Cube has love-it-or-hate-it looks, tons of space inside for people and cargo, and, surprisingly, some decent tech. Bonus: rave lights!Ep. 178: Macs
Tom and Rafe discuss what they love and hate about Apple computers.The 404 253: Where no one cares about Macworld
Greetings from sunny Las Vegas! It's sunny, but not hot at all, which is awesome. Today's CES show was a nice dry run, but tomorrow is when the real fun starts. So make sure to stop by the CNET stage at 5pm pacific time to catch us live! Did we mention there will be giveaways?