iPotty for iPad does tablet toilet training Video
Crave alumni Jasmine France makes a cameo this week to promote Sonos for Android. Meanwhile, Donald and Eric waste no time taking the show straight down the toilet (literally) with the latest Kohler Numi. Plus, robots to help you train for the robocalypse and a drink that leaves us with mixed feelings.
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.
Learn how to shuffle music playback on Apple's iPad tablet computer.
In our latest episode, we wonder if Democrat Jesse Jackson Jr. makes a valid point about the iPad killing American jobs. Also, Scott's hands-on with the $6,000 Kohler toilet gets weird, and more iPhone 5 rumors.
About 19 percent of respondents to a recent study say they have dropped their phones in the toilet, the Facebook for iPad app is hidden inside of the iPhone app version 3.4.4, and the popular iOS and Android game Cut the Rope makes its way to comic books.
This case helps turn an iPad into a mobile video-recording studio and can double as a digital SLR cage.
On this week's Crave show, we check out a wearable robotic tail that wags when you get excited. If that gets you wagging, you'll want to see the Satis Bluetooth toilet and smartphone app. And in honor of winter, we learn how a snowflake is born.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: tablet fans enjoy the sweet taste of Honeycomb; get only the updates you want in your Facebook feed; how to root your Android phone; and a high-tech toilet--how could we resist?
Learn how to load free EPUB-format digital books onto iBooks-compatible devices, such as the Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.
Microsoft's new version of Office is primed and ready for tablets, but it won't be coming to an iPad near you anytime soon. Charles Cooper talks to Josh Lowensohn about whether Office will ever make it to the iPad.