Season 3 is coming! Video
Season 3 is coming! Video Transcript
-We're on our way to the Mount Shasta Ski Park where we have a bunch of gadgets and a layer of fresh snow. -It's a transformatory experience. -Every iPrint is incredibly unique. -In the beginning of Google Fiber. -That sunset in La Brea. -Yes, we're also going to accompany Frederick on one of his photography shoots. -Oh yes. -It was the best of times and the worst of times. -Wow. -Oh. -That was awesome.
Season 3 has been packed with plenty of new products, torture tests, road tests, and future tech. But the best was when we hit the slopes and put our gear through extreme conditions, even using a snowmobile. The Blackberry Z10 went to Barcelona, Spain. And Google Fiber: 100 times faster?
Rich DeMuro takes a look at this season's coolest gadgets, at ShowStoppers in New York City.
It's the premiere of Always On, Season 4! We're opening up the hottest phone going, testing Microsoft's laptop-replacement tablet, and previewing the season to come.
Find out how the HTC One performs after getting dipped, grilled and dropped in an Always On extreme torture test.
The most requested gadget for Molly Wood to torture? The iPhone 4S. Molly Wood puts the popular phone through the toughest torture test yet! Will it survive?
Molly Wood drops, freezes, soaks, and drives away without the new MacBook Air in Always On's most extreme torture test yet.
Amazon updated its Kindle Fire line, but can the new 7-inch Kindle Fire HD stand up to the Always On battery of torture tests?
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.
We torture test the MacBook Pro with Retina Display at a gigantic rock yard. Three testers take the LG Optimus G Pro phablet on the road; is it fabulous or a flop? And, a whole new way to gather data about your health. Plus, an Always On torture test giveaway!
Molly Wood and Brian Tong torture test the iPad in liquid nitrogen and drop a ton of gadgets from a 9-foot-tall ladder in our epic CES torture test. Plus, a look at gigantic TVs and the future of wearable fitness tech.