Season 2 Promo HTC Video
Season 2 Promo HTC Video Transcript
This is Molly. She is the host for a popular tech show Always On. Molly saw a commercial in which a student jumps out of a plane, takes fashion photos and then uploads them to the internet, all from his mobile phone and all before hitting the ground. Molly thought to herself: No way is that realistic... or is it? The new season of Always On, coming this fall.
Molly Wood and Jeff Cannata try to debunk the HTC One X skydive commercial by jumping out of a helicopter. Can they take photos from 10,000 feet? If so, which phone will reign superior?
The Always On crew straps on the GoPro Hero3, Swann Bolt HD, and iOn Air Pro 2, and tests out the cameras' durability and performance on the snowy slopes of Mt. Shasta. Find out which one Molly Wood crowns the winner.
Bonjour, Always On fans! Molly Wood visits the City of Light where the future of technology is being discussed at Le Web 2012. Plus, torture tests are back! Molly takes Apple's iPad Mini along the Champs-Elysees for a Paris-inspired test.
Always On's Molly Wood and Jeff Cannata unbox one of the hottest smartphones on the market, the HTC One. Plus, we bring you the home of the future, and a GoPro DIY segment from our very own Sharon Vaknin.
Molly Wood demonstrates the must-have gift of the holiday season.
See the awesome POV footage from the GoPro camera after Molly Wood dunked it into a tub of liquid nitrogen at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
Molly Wood drops, freezes, soaks, and drives away without the new MacBook Air in Always On's most extreme torture test yet.
Molly Wood unboxes the rugged, ultraportable GoPro Hero3 camera. The new edition is a lot smaller than former models, offers Wi-Fi, and captures 4K video.
Molly Wood and Always On put the iPad through the show's first torture test. Can it withstand the hardships of extreme temperatures or even being dropped on the floor?
This week on Always On, we road test Motorola's Moto X, taking it out for a night on the town. We explore new parking options using tech on a smartphone. And, Molly Wood rants about Google Glass.