Step onto Mars with Vertical Motion Simulator Video
Take a tour of the Future Flight Central at NASA Ames Research Center in California, a complete virtual airport tower that can simulate any airport under any amount of traffic. Hear what it's like for an air traffic controller to work in the environment.
Have dreams of living in the cloud? Three testers take the 13-inch Google ChromeBook Pixel out for a test drive. We unbox the stylish Samsung Galaxy Note 8 tablet. Plus, Jeff drives NASA's Space Exploration Vehicle on a simulated Mars surface.
With the success of the Mars rover Curiosity, NASA is now developing planetary-exploration rovers designed to be controlled by astronauts in space. CNET's Kara Tsuboi takes us to the NASA Ames Research Center where a moonscape has been built to test the K-10 rovers.
This week on Always On, we unbox the Blackberry Q10 for keyboard die-hards and we road test three top action cameras with professional motocross riders. Plus, a special inside peek at NASA's Johnson Space Center, exploring robotics research and an "Iron Man" astronaut suit.
Molly Wood and Jeff Cannata travel to the islands, the mountains, and even a simulated space destination, testing out top products and exploring the latest in future tech.
CNET takes a ride in Boeing's 787 simulator.
The Yuri's Night dance party at NASA's Moffett Field in Silicon Valley feted the 40th anniversary of the first man in space.
Our good buddy Russ Frushtick of MTV Multiplayer (formerly of UGO) comes onto the show today to talk shop and give us the inside scoop on Project Natal, "Ghostbusters," and the Nintendo Wii Motion Plus.
Leaked from today's podcast episode: Richard takes on the vertical video epidemic, LinkedIn users get double trouble, and geriatrics choosing e-readers over paper books.
The tablet PC, once touted as the executive's cool new gadget, is losing out in the portable PC market, as businesses are sticking with less-expensive laptops. But tablets are serving an important role in vertical markets such as health care. We visited a medical facility in Middleton, Conn., to take a look at how the computers are changing the way doctors do business.