Wii U getting updates, new games Video
Google dives deeper into music, gaming, social, and search. CNET's Bridget Carey breaks down the highlights of Google's announcements from the 2013 I/O developers conference.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: highlights from the 2011 Detroit auto show, including three new models of the Toyota Prius and the 2012 Audi A6; launch titles announced for the Nintendo 3DS; and get the best iOS games for your Android phone.
Facebook launches automatic facial recognition for photo tagging, Google releases Chrome 12 to the masses, and Nintendo announces its next-generation console, now called the Wii U.
Bridget Carey lets her hair down today to celebrate Google's 14th birthday. We'll start off the show with a collection of embarrassing stories from our own awkward adolescence, then dive into a discussion topic that answers the question: did blowing into Nintendo cartridges actually help? This plus a search engine for porn and a philanthropic way to populate the 404 error pages on today's 404 episode!
We all want to stream video on our devices but the big companies are saying "NO"! Bring on the parade of lawyers! and the Department of Justice approves Googles dream to help us plan our vacations so that we can travel freely about the world connected to our clouds & Google social media of course, while Facebook is engineering green open sourced servers that will require no air conditioning. What does this all mean?
Google makes good on its promise to stop censoring search in China, the Kindle will be on the iPad after all, and Nintendo is creating a handheld game device that features 3D.
Is Samsung's Galaxy Camera good enough to take on your next vacation? Molly Wood takes the Android-based digital camera to Paris, where she tests out its photography features.
Nintendo announces an online gaming network, Twitter censorship policy stirs up protests, and Facebook is expected to make its stock market launch this week.
Whether your summer vacation plans include fueling up the family car or getting a stamp in your passport, you don't want to leave home without loading your smartphone with handy and free apps. CNET's Kara Tsuboi recommends some of her favorites in this Tech Minute.
T-Mobile will announce a new way to pay for smartphones, Google Reader is a popular news tool in countries with Internet censorship, and BlackBerry creates awkward music videos.