From phone to movie Video
A short movie? How about 30 seconds long, and shoot it on your cell phone? Those were the contest rules, and Ithaca College received some strong entries from students. CNET's Molly Wood looks at the cell phone as video source.\r\n
From categories in car tech, cell phones, and PCs to the People's Voice and Best of CES, CNET's own Brian Cooley and Molly Wood announce the winners.
From Apple's headquarters Cupertino, Calif., CNET's Molly Wood takes a First Look at iLife 08, the latest collection of "digital lifestyle" software with a new iPhoto and totally revamped iMovie.
From Apple's Cupertino, Calif.-based headquarters, CNET's Molly Wood takes a first look at iLife 08, the latest collection of "digital lifestyle" software with a new and improved iPhoto and totally revamped iMovie.
CNET's Molly Wood give tips on finding the best cell phone for text messaging, whether you're after a pricey smart phone or on a shoestring budget.
At CES 2008, Molly Wood takes a first look at the Belkin FlyWire, a device that will wirelessly transmit content from any video source to your television.
In order to edit your home movie, you first have to get video off your camcorder and onto your computer. Molly Wood makes it look easy.
On today's show, Brian Tong's secret sources seem to indicate that the iPad 2 might be hitting stores sooner than expected ... we'll see. The announcement is March 2! Also, the FTC looks into kids buying all those Smurf Berries in game on their iPhones, and radiation from cell phones does actually make things happen in your brain, we just don't know what it means. --Molly
Motorola makes a big comeback with its Rokr E2 phone at this year's gadget fest. Have a look with CNET's Molly Wood and Kent German.
Editors Molly Wood and Brian Tong show off CNET's top picks for students heading back to campus this fall.