Hands-on with touchy-feely new iPad game, Fingle Video
There's good and bad in the MacBook world this week. More issues hit the unibody line, you can now touch your Firefox, Brian calls "bull" on the Wal-Mart rumor, and sports fans rejoice!
We'll break down all of Apple's announcements, Steve scolds me--again, FaceTime comes to the Mac, and you'll be touching, swiping, and pinching a Lion.
CNET goes hands-on with the first-ever touch-screen hot spot.
The first phase of the Oracle v. Google trial heads to jury, Facebook adds an organ donor feature, and the next BlackBerry has a "freakishly smart" touch-screen keyboard.
This week we look into the recent Wall Street mini-meltdown and see whether fat fingers or rogue trading robots were to blame. Plus, a Twitter backdoor lets us pick up some celeb followers, and Dan and Scott explore the idea of iPad fatigue.
The good news: the iPad has a game controller. The bad news: it only works with a few games. Meet the awkward Duo Game and Duo Pinball.
Forget the flowers this Valentine's Day. Go for a lightsaber-lit dinner, the open-source iNecklace, and the flirtatious Fingle app. Bridget Carey shows off tech to woo the nerd of your dreams.
Stephen Shankland goes hands-on with Google's first touch-screen laptop, the Chromebook Pixel.
This week on preGame we take a look at a handful of some of the best iPad 2 games around!
Let's Tap brings with it a brand-new way to control video games. In fact, you don't even need to touch your Wii remote to play! By placing it face-down on a surface in front you, you'll tap your fingers to interact with the game. Let's Tap hits stores June 16, exclusively for the Wii.