Ep. 924: Where we open the pod bay doors Video
Jeff's been sent plenty of strange gifts from video game PR, but a marketing gimmick for "Beyond: Two Souls" that just came in the mail this morning has us all scratching our heads, Bridget Carey included.
Tablet gaming is about to take an evolutionary leap. Bridget Carey chats with CNET senior editor Scott Stein on the best iPad games and where the industry is heading.
The new year is coming up, which means everyone here at CNET is gearing up for CES 2011, including our laptop editor Scott Stein, who joins us to chat about what to expect!
Bridget Carey just got back from the launch of the iPhone 4S at the Apple store here in Manhattan, so we pull her into the studio to tell us about all the kooks lined up for first dibs. Despite all the problems users are experience with iOS 5 updates, everyone in line for one left with a 4S, though Bridget tells us not many users were anxious to test out Sprint or Verizon's network. Where's Wilson today? Guess.
Today we'll reveal the mystery of the Sony Playstation 4. With help from Scott Stein and Polygon's Russ Frushtick, we'll go over last night's announcement and the details we know...for now. Like what's a teraflop? Where's the box? Will it play Blu-rays? Find out on this episode.
Bridget Carey runs down the features of the new disposable health monitor, the BodyMedia Patch.
CNET Update's Bridget Carey drops by the studio for a full review of this year's Toy Fair. Find out which toys will abduct the minds of young people on today's episode, and stick around for Bridget's surprise announcement!
In this special edition of CNET Update, Bridget Carey shows off Google Glass and explains the basics of the computer headset.
A heated discussion over which supernatural species is superior (zombies or vampires) leads us into a truly geeky episode of The 404. To help settle the controversy we have on today's show CNET's own Scott Stein.
Leaked from today's episode: Bridget Carey previews her new show CNET Update, dissecting the 1991 "Super Mario Bros." movie, and a collection of the most outdated technology you can still buy today.