iOS 4.2 for Apple iPad, hands-on Video
CNET's Donald Bell walks you through the highs and lows of picking the right tablet computer, ranging from the Apple iPad, Android devices, e-book readers, and Windows slates.
Craigslist says its adult services section is shut down for good, open-source Facebook competitor Diaspora releases its first batch of code, Apple's iOS 4.2 for developers tests AirPlay and AirPrint, and Microsoft launches the Internet Explorer 9 beta to positive reviews.
iPad 2 Donald Bell gets his first hands-on time with the iPad 2, the second generation of Apple's tablet. The iPad 2 is thinner, lighter, and faster than its predecessor and is ready for some new apps including GarageBand and iMovie.
Take a look at the Maps application for the Apple iPad, including a new terrain view and Google street view.
CNET editor Donald Bell gets a hands-on look at the newest Apple iPod Shuffle. The buttons are back, but so are the voice-over and Genius playlist features.
With the release of new features like AirPlay mirroring and a dedicated Hulu Plus app, the Apple TV is now a must-have gadget for any Apple fan.
CNET takes a hands-on look at the Pioneer VSX-1021-K's AirPlay functionality, along with Pioneer's iControlAV2 iOS app.
Can the iPad be stopped? Rafe talks with CNET experts Dan Ackerman and Donald Bell about the market for ultraportable computers, and what the iPad has that Netbooks never did.
The iPad. Perhaps you've heard of it. On this week's Roundtable, we talk about what the iPad means to Apple as a company and the tech industry at large. What's up with Apple and Google? Will the App Store change how families computer? To discuss these and other issues we have Peter Burrows, senior writer from BusinessWeek, and Donald Bell, CNET senior editor.
Senior Editor Donald Bell shows off some of the unique functions of the Apple iPad keyboard dock.