Play time with the new games of Wii U Video
Play time with the new games of Wii U Video Transcript
The world is annoyed -- face but I'm more stressed out over zombies I'm Bridget Carey and this -- CNET update. Last week I heard that FaceBook automatically change the email address this -- in your -- out to be the place cookies and I'll let you know when -- as well. The drama just got worse -- Smartphones sync contacts that's based back. Address books were auto update with -- useless FaceBook emails. Do yourself a favor make sure the right -- is listed in your profile thinking you're missing. Then click on other because that's where FaceBook -- email sent to you by non friends. -- Android -- system comes out with. Frequent updates and cell phones even new -- can always get those updates Android four point oh which debuted back in October is only around 10% at Android fountains. Lastly Google just came out with four point one code named jelly -- -- might be waiting months to see that so in the meantime you can always read up on our full review of Android four point one. By now. You've -- and -- coming out with a new gaming system this holiday called the Wii U it revolves around using a touch screen game controller. No price or release date has been set but. I got a chance to -- some of the first games for the new system. And when it's done right it does add a new level of fun to casual gaming. If you're playing with others the person -- the game pac controller may have a completely different role and trying to hurt or help other players. In Super Mario Brothers you. Mario and Luigi are original classic we note but the player with a -- -- has the power to create extra blocks to help save them from falling -- Up and -- to hard to reach places. This screen can sometimes surprise you in the wacky challenges of demon -- Oreo. Use -- swiping motion to pull back arrow on the types fat and watch it fly at the targets on the television. If the bad guys get too close though they can hop on the game pad screen in -- yes smashed them with your fingers. Also adds new features to -- -- -- -- -- challenge I focused on the the best experience is linking to stack created using the touchpad and simple ways work in have to -- -- -- looking back and forth between the two screens. And that wasn't the case that zombie you the touchpad had some -- the screen and backed -- -- to do with looking down attachment inventory to load weapons or hold up this screen is seen a dark room. It's stressful enough -- with zombies but how you -- down and think about what's going on that second screen under pressure. That's a skill that takes at least he got sick because Mario -- for now. That's your tech news update for today for more in the stories and -- showed cnet.com slash update from our studios in New York Amber's here.
Despite its unique dual-screen presentation, innovative GamePad controller and ambitious Nintendo TVii service, the Wii U still has a lot to prove.
This 10-inch Android tablet has a unique feature: a custom detachable Xbox-like game-pad.
Heading out of town? What are you going to do about e-mail, your Facebook followers, and your Farmville account? We have tips. Also: Your questions answered, including how to extend WiFi range, and fix a Droid's messed-up contact list.
Getting your company e-mail on iPhone; limiting game-playing time; the enhanced CD makes a comeback; cool Web 2.0 logos; and one way to find out if you're afraid of heights?
With a new couch-and-gamepad-friendly UI, Valve Software shows off some of its console-style ambitions for PC gaming.
The FuelBand is actually a clever motivational tool -- for some people. It's the casual person's fitness tracker, and Nike employs tricks like awards and badges and color LEDs to keep you moving. For someone used to watching television, or better yet, playing video games, the FuelBand can be very effective in getting them off the couch. But the FuelBand isn't for everyone. Anyone who already has an exercise routine and is looking for a better way of tracking their workouts won't be satisfied with this wristband
Nintendo shows off what the second screen of the Wii U GamePad can add to gaming, Sony rips off Super Smash Bros., and Google Maps better come up with something to compete with Apple.
Hasbro left it up to the Internet to choose the new Monopoly token, but even a Facebook promotion and a Webful of cats can't make the board game relevant again. This story plus Pebble watch growing pains, the end of USPS weekend delivery, and more on today's 404 episode.
In a sneak peek of this week's Mailbag, watch Molly struggle through one of the weirdest, most incomprehensible, hilarious e-mails of all time.
Today's podcast is a laugh riot. OK, not really but it's certainly action-packed. We kick things off by addressing the rumors of a Facebook phone and reports that the BlackBerry PlayBook will run Android apps. We also sort through the carriers' confusing smartphone data plans and take a look at the phones from Motorola's past, present, and future. All this plus the latest reviews and reader e-mails on this week's episode of Dialed In.