Loaded: Fastest fingers in the West Video
I think we can all agree on one thing: flying cars may be cool, but it's going to be a slaughter in the skies--at least at first. Also, the Verizon iPhone is here again! Yay! We'll believe it when we see it, just like we'll believe that Google Me is real and a real competitor to Facebook when we see it and when Google manages to understand actual humans and what they want in a social network. But hey, fingers crossed!
Does your BlackBerry feel a little sluggish when surfing the Web or loading text messages? Here are a few tips that should give your phone some of its pep back.
Join Brian Tong and Tom Merritt for the first-ever iPhone nose-dial challenge and see which of our five contestants will emerge victorious as the fastest nose in the West!
When it's chilly outside, using your phone or tablet with gloves on can be tricky. Sharon Vaknin shows you how to keep your fingers toasty while texting.
Rich DeMuro takes you to New York City where players tap out text messages; the fastest fingers win $25,000.
Gravy Train!!!'s new album ALL THE SWEET STUFF will inspire fans to pluck their eyebrows, dance like the underage maniacs that they are or fondly remember being.
Nissan says it can make the Prius look like a pig, BMW jumps on the best-kept secret of iPhone 4, the new traffic tool coming soon to your Blackberry, a new world's fastest car, and we drive the goldilocks BMW: The 335is.
Facebook wants you to come to terms with your gender. Canadians are protesting the iPhone rate plan from Rogers Communications. Plus, the Loaded crew heads to the Hard Rock Cafe to see Aerosmith at the launch of its Guitar Hero game.
It's our five-year anniversary today, and wow, is that a long time. We've been here longer than the iPhone (rumors of a Verizon phone announced in June), almost as long as it took the U.S. House to ask the FTC to investigate Google Buzz, and about how long it will take Verizon to actually deliver the Android 2.1 rollout to Droid users.
CNET's Bridget Carey is here to talk about the imminence of the next iPhone. Signs like cases arriving at AT&T stores and the new smartphone appearing in Apple's inventory system have Wilson almost giddy.