inMotion iMV712 Video
The inMotion Max isn't the smallest, loudest, or most advanced portable iPod speaker we've seen, but it strikes a satisfying middle-ground at a fair price.
An iPhone app that jiggles body parts. Is on-demand video coming to iTunes? Apple and Google won't break up, and Marvel is going in-motion.
The Altec Lansing inMotion iM510 speaker set offers sweet sound in a portable package for Sansa users.
As a stylish speaker dock for the Microsoft Zune HD, the inMotion iM414 strikes the perfect balance of price and features.
The Altec Lansing inMotion Classic offers a stylish to way play your iPod or iPhone around your home with remarkable sound for its size.
Though it's neither the best-sounding nor the cheapest Bluetooth speaker we've heard, the Altec Lansing InMotion Air IMW725 wins points for its attractive design, portability, and plug-and-play setup with any PC.
Donald and Jasmine discuss potential issues with the Android-based Archos 5...namely, why does the sucker keep crashing on everyone? Also, a look at the freshly-posted reviews for the Monster Turbine Pro and JayBird Tiger Eyes earphones, as well as the old-school appealing Altec Lansing inMotion Classic. Finally, big ups to SanDisk for its straightforward approach to an audio issue with the Clip.
At CES 2007, we look at the Philips 63PFP7422D, a bright, beautiful, 63-inch plasma HDTV that comes with a settings assistant that will calibrate the screen to your liking. Available in June 2007.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the ViewSonic PJ258D Projector that can project movies from your ipod onto the big screen.
CNET editor Jeff Bakalar takes a hands-on look at the Kinect for Xbox 360, Microsoft's motion-sensing video game technology.