Get another inside look at the action in the CNET Labs, as we demo a new Samsung touch-screen all-in-one, check out HP's new ultraportable, and pit two iPad arcade sticks against each other in a hands-on shootout.
In our very first episode (or 143rd, depending on how you're counting), we host a quick tour of the CNET Labs, take an iPad speed-typing test, and perform some live 2D vs. 3D laptop benchmarks.
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A hands-on demo with Windows 8 running on a touch-screen computer is a fitting way to close out the Digital City's nearly three-year run.
But don't worry, Dan, Joseph, Julie, and Scott will be back next week in the brand-new CNET Labscast. That suspiciously similar show airs live every Monday at 2 p.m. ET (an hour earlier than Digital City), and we'll be working in a lot more hands-on time with the gadgets we test in the CNET Labs, from benchmark scores to tips and tweaks.
This week, we offer a hands-on demo of the new glasses-free 3D laptop from Toshiba; figure out why NFL streaming on the PS3 doesn't work; and take a poll of who is buying the new Star Wars Blu-ray box set.
This week: With HP's sudden shift away from the PC business, we look at what the future of that company's laptop and desktop products might be; a handy FAQ answers your pressing TouchPad questions, and Joe and Julie try some tech trivia.
While Dan's changing his newborn's diapers, Scott invites his college buddy, David Tze, over to discuss how a discontinued tablet with no current support gets to be the most popular tablet on the market right now. Fox's announcement to delay its program streams on Hulu causes an online piracy upsurge. The NFL Sunday Ticket comes to the PS3 for a price higher than the current price of the console. Lastly, will backward-compatibility on gaming consoles be missed? … Read more
This episode, the Google/Motorola deal is the big news of the day, but we also delve into the murky world of Intel's Ultrabook concept, as well as some MIA Samsung laptops. Also--a quick rundown of the biggest, baddest 18-inch gaming laptop ever, and a chance to pick up a sweet Call of Duty T-shirt, just by commenting on our Facebook page.
This week: Toshiba's glasses-free 3D laptop has gone from prototype to release in record time; we pick our favorite back-to-school systems; and the World Wide Web hits 20 years old. The gang ponders the recent success of Xbox Live games such as Fruit Ninja Kinect and Bastion, and we take an informal poll on Google Plus and Spotify use.
Special guests this week are TJ Allard and Josh Goldman. You may remember TJ as one of Dan's co-panelists on the cult favorite video game shows Play Value and Best Game Ever. Check out some old Play Value episodes on YouTube, and we've embedded one below for kicks.
This week we go comparison shopping, comparing game prices on Apple's Mac App Store against other retailers. Then we discuss the new price cuts for the Logitech Revue and the Nintendo 3DS, and play tech trivia with MTV's games blogger Russ Frushtick.