Tekzilla Weekly: $1,800 keyboard, iTunes alternatives, fix HDTV overscan, make Windows prettier! Video
In this episode, we've got a free alternative to Symantec's Ghost for drive imaging, the answer to Veronica's Time Machine problem, ideas for saving all those photos you take on vacation--without bringing a notebook along, help with the Tekzilla RSS feeds in iTunes, and the winner of our Zune contest!
Microsoft has rebuilt its mobile browser for Windows 6.5 phones. It sure looks prettier than previous models. What we want to know is, how well does it surf
Veronica's guest host, Ryan Block of Engadget, shows off a Nintendo Wii laptop. Veronica counters with a diamond mouse, a platform shoe phone, and some earthquake safety advice.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: new touch-screen Nook coming soon; how to make the switch from iPhone to Android; robots get busy at Maker Faire; and we count down the Top 5 iTunes alternatives for Android.
Subscribers have just a couple days before Netflix forces them into higher priced plans, iTunes Match gets released to developers, and Windows 8's Explorer window gets the ribbon from Office.
Learn how to make video playlists in iTunes and use them on an Apple iPod or iPhone.
Wish you could have your iTunes controls instantly available? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how to use iTunes Controller, and keep all that info at your fingertips.
During CNET's 2005 Holiday Helpdesk, Terry from Arkansas asked if it's possible to put iTunes on his Windows Media smart phone so that he can access his iTunes library.
Steve Guttenberg returns to give us his take on $1 million Monster headphones, "Mastered" for iTunes, and the prospective Ghostbusters 3 sequel without Bill Murray.
February 23, 2007: Average HDTV prices, XM and Sirius in tune, iPhone settlement, and Wii leads the pack.