Hulu on iPad? Air Display hands-on Video
This week, we go hands-on with Windows 8 in a live demo, show off some cool iPad apps, and reveal that while this is the final episode of the Digital City podcast, we'll all be back next week in the all-new CNET Labscast.
We'll show you how to view some, but not all, Flash content on your jailbroken iPhone and iPad.
Brian Cooley shows you how to extend your iPad's screen to an external monitor.
Altec's Octiv Stage MP450 has an impressively flexible design that turns your iPad into a video monitor for bedside or kitchen viewing.
Flash browsing and Windows 7 on an iPad? You bet, but OnLive Desktop Plus will cost you $5 a month. Take a look at OnLive's cloud service, hands-on.
A side-by-side comparison of the same Hulu video stretched across a Spring 2010 MacBook Pro and the iPad shows how different the streaming speeds are.
Looking to turn your Mac into a TV/DVR? We go hands-on with the Elgato EyeTV Hybrid and its iOS app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
While it has a hard time competing with Apple's iPad in terms of functionality, the less expensive 2010 Kindle DX will appeal to those looking for a large, dedicated e-reader with an E-ink display.
What's better than a laptop with one screen? Well, how about two? For $9.99, Air Display is an app that transforms your iPad into a wireless extended display for your Mac, even allowing touch controls--and as we discovered, it works pretty well.
This week on the Apple Byte: display your iPad on a larger screen; Apple outsells Nintendo (kinda); and Ping isn't all that social after all.