The Queue: December 7, 2006 Video
Gates and Jobs reveal secret relationship; Palm gives smart phones a companion; Apple brings YouTube to couch potatoes; Mahalo says hello to hand-crafted search results; and high-flying wings.
At CES 2006, we take a look at a new HD-DVD player from Toshiba.
March 2, 2007: Crash test dummies, CompUSA closures, cheaper Blu-ray, RIAA targets college students, scary teen drivers and a singing toothbrush.
HD DVD and Blu-ray continue to sling mud; unwittingly sharing more than just music and video; a Joost rival; and equipping your cat to snap pics of its daily adventures.
America's favorite Star Wars stamp; MySpace blocks sex offenders; legally copying HD DVD and Blu-ray discs; the coolest Web 2.0 sites; and easily nabbing an airfare refund.
Blockbuster cozies up to Blu-Ray; Vista plays nice with Google; last-minute iPhone details to keep us on edge; a site that makes competition a way of life; and classic sitcom 'minisodes' to keep you busy at work.
Moto sharpens the Razr, Amazon's playing nice with MP3s, Google mixes up search results, and Bringo was his name-o.
'Maxim' hot list heats up the Web, Amazon's new music plans, band in a bubble, a search smorgasbord, and making it sound like you're working hard.
De Loreans make a comeback, why your printer is killing you, influential tech from the last 25 years, Evite on the phone, and why people are searching for the meaning of analemma.
Cable eases you into the digital TV transition, Google searches your bookshelf, a Web site that wants to know how you're feeling, ringtones to replace a honk, and the best cities for tailgating.