Ep. 72 ABC vs. Cablevision, high-tech pizza hits NYC, and Macs get Steam games Video
Episode 54 of the Digital City, where we discuss NYC's plan to stop Taxi drivers from using cell phones; Nintendo's big plans for Mario; Washington's high-tech subway system; and show off the best Balloon Boy Web games.
This week we freak out about Slingbox outages that have hit users around the country (fortunately, the problem seems mostly solved at this point). Then, we check out the two big tech firm ousters of the past week: HP's CEO and Apple's head iPhone guy. Dan goes over some recent NYC subway nightmares, and how the MTA's high-tech makeover isn't moving very quickly. And finally, we check out candid shots of a gorilla that got his paws on some poor zoo visitor's Nintendo DSi XL.
This week we look at a monitor that responds to light, software that saves paper, and a high-tech car battery charging station that resembles a car wash.
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games opened last week in London. CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings you some high-tech ways to stay on top of the festivities, in this week's Tech Minute.
On this week's Digital City, we discuss Google's rumored new phone; iMac shipping delays, best Netbook games, and small bits of insanity, including a new Mario pizza place and a gold-plated PS3.
In the Green Show this week, we stop by the Solar Decathlon, find out what causes 17 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, and look at why Volkswagen would invest in high-tech stairs.
Changing minds about Lincoln, but not without some high-tech hiccups.
High-tech camping high jinks.
Forget the usual bouquet of flowers for Mother's Day. This year, give a plant that keeps on growing thanks to four AA batteries. CNET"s Sumi Das checks out some high-tech options for mom.
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.