Hands-on with the latest Tasers Video
At CES 2007, we take a look at the Taser C2 with backstage crew member Doug Platz. The C2 is a redesign of the model that was sold commercially to everyday citizens.
The U.S. Navy demonstrates how it can set a boat on fire remotely using a laser. Which is super awesome as a video, and slightly terrifying as a demonstration of future military capabilities. Also, Steve Jobs finally agrees to an authorized biography, Sony blinks in the George Hotz PS3 jailbreaking lawsuit, smart phone users are wasting hundreds of dollars a year, and Facebook is working on its latest venture: the Socialist Network. --Molly
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind looks at a new personal protection device from Taser. The non-lethal weapon is designed for self-defense and consumer use.
A new take on Wes Craven's 1977 film of the same name, "The Hills Have Eyes" is the story of a family road trip that goes terrifyingly awry.
On this week's show, Jessica Dolcourt joins us for some hands-on time with the Galaxy Nexus--and that peek is all you get, since there's still no U.S. release date for that sucker. Ridiculous. Also, Google Music recapped and a tag-team SOPA rant, plus Stephen Beacham's awesome new segment: Into It or Not Into It. You will love it, and you will dance. All that and Computer Love, to boot! Settle in!
At the New York City launch announcement, CNET senior editor Natali Morris takes a hands on look at the iPhone for Verizon Wireless.
CNET's Brian Cooley takes BMW's 2014 M6 Gran Coupe out for a test drive on the track at Sonoma Raceway to see how it performs.
Don't be distracted by the flashing lights and the pinging, dinging, and clinging. The game of pinball puts some serious technology to work. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi visits Alameda, Calif.'s Lucky JuJu, the only pinball museum in the country, to learn about the history and the mechanics behind the classic machines.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos was on hand for the public unveiling of the Tesla Roadster in Santa Monica, Calif. Hear from one of the designers about the look and feel of the car, and strap in for test drive. Hitting 60 mph in four seconds never sounded like this before.
Test drive the latest interface enhancements and time-saving features for Safari, Apple's premier, cross-platform browser.