Loaded: Intel and the smackdown Video
Loaded comes to you straight from the Webbys, quite literally. We bring you news of full-length Disney movies online, changes to ABC's World News Webcast, and a look at the new Sling Player on the iPhone.
SlingPlayer Mobile for the iPhone works well, but it's severely limited by its Wi-Fi-only functionality.
With a 5-inch or 4-inch screen (your choice!), this media player is essentially a sexy Galaxy phone--except for the part about the phone.
The SlingCatcher is a hardware version of the SlingPlayer software that's available for various devices. Connect the SlingCatcher to your bedroom TV, for instance, and you can access the live TV and recorded programs from your living room DVR.
Intel is about to get a huge slap on the wrist in Europe. The Garmin Nuvifon is delayed...again. And computers in London may start driving your car for you if you don't bloody slow down!
This week on Crave, The Count counts YouTube views. The DRM chair self destructs after eight sittings, and sex up your iPhone with Sexy Smarty Pants.
San Francisco-based James Kim watches CNET New York's television on his Palm Treo using SlingPlayer Mobile software.
We take a look at wireless headphones, a dual MP3 player and phone, and a way to bring live TV straight to your phone.
HBO launches a Netflix competitor, Microsoft opens up with Outlook Social Connector, and we are begrudgingly bringing sexy back during Fashion Week in NYC.
Want to watch your TV in New York from your hotel room in San Francisco? Take a look at SlingPlayer Mobile, which works with any Microsoft Windows mobile device. James Kim, senior editor at CNET, shows off the features.\r\n