HP's tablet is cheaper than Google's 7-inch gadget, but does it compromise on quality? We go hands-on in this video.
Do you drive the work but still want to listen to the latest news during your commute? Watch today's Tekzilla Daily Tip for a great app that hires real people to read the latest stories.
An asteroid called DA14 is on a trajectory to give Earth a close shave next Friday, but there's nothing to worry about: Ben Afleck and Bruce Willis are already on the job, plus it's only half the size of a football field. Join The 404 today as we go asteroid hunting.
In this episode, Soldier unboxes the Samsung Galaxy Camera!
Jon shares his thoughts on BlackBerry 10 and its ability to compete against other mobile operating systems, Samsung's abundant line of Galaxy devices, Sony's and Microsoft's soon to be announced next-gen consoles and Apple's 2013 iPad and iPhone releases. All this and more on Ask the Buffalo!
On this edition of Rettinger's Rants, Jon R. talks smart watches!
Apple is working on fixing bugs that involve the lock-screen passcode and Exchange accounts, and the Tamagotchi is reborn in app form.
Jon talks about Motorola partnering with Google to produce a super phone called X that will supposedly run Android's newest update, Apple is rumored to be buying a German TV manufacturer and what it could mean for the highly anticipated Apple television, Samsung's S Pen and how it might not be included with the Galaxy S IV and more.
CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Seth Rosenblatt discuss Google's Chromebook Pixel, the company's first-ever touch-enabled laptop built on proprietary hardware. Hear Seth's early impressions of the device and why this is a crucial step forward in Google's quest to build software and hardware.
In many states, it's now illegal to use a phone while driving. That means no phone calls, text messages, or looking at maps. But if you do rely on your handy gadget for chatting over Bluetooth or following directions, it's safer to have it mounted somewhere in the car than digging under the seat to find it. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the best smartphone car mounting options.
Today Jon talks about the Samsung Galaxy S IV, an iPad Mini 2 with Retina display and a newly redesigned Retina MacBook Air!
Here is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. A comfortable 8-inch tablet, with a elegantly simple design a better stylus support than previous iterations.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera, while not exceptionally small, has great ergonomics. Additionally, it has a manual flash, cellular network connectivity, great image quality, runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and boasts lots of other features. Watch to check out the full review!
Huawei's latest mobile has a superskinny bezel and a powerful quad-core processor. But with such fierce competition, does it do enough to impress?
Bridget Carey helps us trace the origins of RSS feeders in light of news that Google will shut down their Reader service on July 11th. Are news addicts actually in love with Google Reader or are they just loathing the process of exporting their subscriptions to a different service like Feedly or Flipboard? We'll discuss the different ways you can stay on top of the news on today's show.
Here's my full review of the latest flagship phone from LG, the LG G2!
Cali Lewis and John P join the Mobile Nations crew to announce their joint live stream from CES 2014. #CESlive brings the GeekBeat.TV crew and the teams from Crackberry****, iMore****, AndroidCentral**** and WPCentral**** together for the largest and most comprehensive coverage of the CES Expo. Watch all the live coverage January 7-10, 2014 beginning at 12:00 PM PST at GeekBeat.TV/CESlive
Here's my first look at the new Instagram Direct!