Hangout live with the world on G+ Video
Google Glass is more than just a wearable camera -- it's a way to receive real-time coaching with video chats. CNET's Bridget Carey dons Glass and gets a lesson in archery while in a Google+ Hangout.
Voters chat with Obama on Google+ Hangouts, Apple surpasses Hewlett-Packard in PC shipments (if you count iPads, that is), and almost everyone would take your call while on the toilet.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: Google+ and Facebook face off with video chat features; new headphones and speakers make listening easy; fix your parents' PC with your iPad; and the Contour+ HD sports camera hits the road.
Facebook is changing the design of its News Feed, and the apps for Twitter, Foursquare, and Path also get new features.
Ad-Aware 10 arrives with a completely new interface, but will it regain the success it once had? Seth Rosenblatt takes a First Look.
Do yourself a favor and watch the video for today's episode because we're broadcasting from our new studio! We'll show off our Halloween costumes, tell you about the first ticket for driving with Google Glass, demo the Pax Ploom vaporizer, and more!
Google's Sergey Brin leads a demo of Google's Project Glass with a group of skydivers outfitted with the new video-capturing spectacles. The skydivers jump from an airplane during Google I/O while attendees watch via the company's Hangout software.
Google I/O 2013 showcases updates to Google Maps, Google Now, and Hangouts that will all be on iOS. Check out the iOS 7 concept video that's worth watching, and an iPhone 5 case giveaway!
Photo-editing tools, revamped Hangouts, and a gorgeous new stream are some of the standout features in the redesigned Google+.
We're looking ahead to Facebook's F8 conference, where we're expecting all new buttons, tons of data porn, and ever more personalized advertising. Google is also looking ahead to Facebook's F8 conference, by opening Google+ to everyone and making hangouts even more awesome. Plus, we imagine a world in which AT&T's ongoing efforts to push through the T-Mobile acquisition could actually result in increased competition and a smaller, less terrifying incarnation of AT&T itself. And then we crack ourselves up. Also, yeah, Fordo's still going.
- Broadcast your Google+ Hangouts live to the world
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- AT&T selling connected devices for home security
- LG may launch a second version of Google TV this month
- Nokia fixing purple screen bug in Lumia 900
- Verizon announces HTC Droid Incredible with 4G LTE
- HTC One V hits stores this summer
- AT&T selling Samsung Focus 2 for $50