Wii takes over Times Square Video
Frenzied consumers have formed long lines waiting for Apple's next generation of the iPhone, the iPhone 3G. But is it worth the wait? Daniel Sieberg reports.
Duracell wants you to help power the 2010 ball drop in Times Square, we turn over the Nissan Leaf, and the United States Postal Service recycles your old gadgets.
After years of neglect, VW finally brought the Golf R back to U.S. shores, but was it worth the wait. CNET's Brian Cooley takes a ride in the 2012 VW Golf R.
After months of leaving gamers hanging, Sony shows off the goods. Get up close and decide if it was worth the wait.
From San Francisco: CNET.com's Molly Wood is on hand for the first PlayStation 3s to be sold just after midnight on Friday morning. Hear from both the hard-core gamers, the budding entrepreneurs and the lucky first buyer.
With a growing wait list in the hundreds of thousands, it might take forever for you to finally get this app. But this third-party email client is a seamless, minimalistic approach to Gmail that's worth the wait.
Android users finally get the Kindle app. Is it tap-worthy after waiting this long for it?
Twitter finally has a business model: It's selling search ads. Yes, after all this waiting, Twitter is pulling a Google. To discuss the long-awaited monetization scheme for the microblog service, Rafe Needleman is joined by CNET's Caroline McCarthy, and the New York Times' Claire Cain Miller.
"Take This Life" is the roll-out single and video from In Flames' wildly anticipated new album, "Come Clarity." The "Take This Life" video was produced and directed by long time In Flames collaborator Patric Ullaeus (for Revolver Film Company) and features the band (Bjorn Gelotte - Guitars, Daniel Svensson - Drums, Peter Iwers - Bass, Jesper Stromblad - Guitars and Anders Friden - Vocals) performing against the backdrop of New York City's Times Square as an evolving storyline unfolds. In addition to his video work with In Flames, Ullaeus is known for directing the Lacuna Coil hit videos "Heaven's a Lie" and "Swamped". In Flames has been one of the leaders of the underground metal movement for over 10 years. With over 1,000,000 records sold worldwide and coming off a successful tour as part of OZZFEST 2005, where they shared the festival's main stage with Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and others, the time is ripe for this Swedish quintet to continue their ascent. The band's recent success, as well as that of their counterparts -- including Killswitch Engage (whom they co-headlined with in 2004), Shadows Fall and Lamb of God -- has paved the wave for metal bands to break through to the mainstream.
The Samsung Galaxy S II has finally hit U.S. shores, and it's hitting Sprint first. Was it worth the wait? Find out in our First Look at the Samsung Epic 4G Touch.