Ep. 83: iPad banned at Yankee Stadium; new laptop CPUs, and losing it over Lost Video
Google Earth takes you to ancient Rome; YouTube starts to monetize its videos; and Cisco lets you check the length of the bathroom line at the new Yankee Stadium before you leave your seat!
Crave geeks out over the new season of 'Lost' and imagines what kind of crazy gadgets would be useful on the island, including a wooden laptop case, GPS-enabled shoes, a stunning flashlight, and a robot that poops ice.
Microsoft hits E3 hard, the Kindle DX's release date goes public, and a larger-screen Asus Eee PC Netbook wants to be a laptop.
Asus' latest version of its beastly big laptop shaves some thickness and upgrades to new Intel processors and Nvidia graphics.
Don't call them Netbooks. These inexpensive computers deliver the features of full-fledged laptops costing twice as much.
Bundles of deals from Best Buy; how the Nook differs from the Kindle and Sony Reader; and a 14-inch laptop for less than $400? Yep, only here.
The computer giant gets in on the tiny laptop action with a new Netbook.
You can't get your hands on this fantastically fun JS1 controller for cell phone games, but we did. Here's a look at the wide-open world of mobile gaming.
It's been four years since laptop computers passed desktop in unit sales in the US. But laptop vendors can't rest. The netbook phenomenon swept the tech world in 2009, changing the rules for the category. And this year, tablets like the iPad, might change the nature of personal computing yet again. To discuss the future of this laptops and personal computing, we talk with Matt Kohut of Lenovo and Rahul Sood of HP.
This week, we check out the latest lid-swapping laptop from Dell, a slick new Asus Windows tablet, and the long-awaited iCade arcade cabinet for the iPad.