10 must-see videos of the week

We go hands-on with Amazon's 3D packed Fire Phone, five ways to watch the World Cup, and it's the premiere of our brand-new show, Tomorrow Daily!

What a week, right?

Amazon unleashed its very first phone, the Fire Phone, which is packed with 3D technology as well as Firefly, a universal scanning and shopping app. Will it be enough to sway users? Check out our First Take in this week's round-up.

Brian Tong also checks into the wonderful and complicated world of Apple with a new episode of Apple Byte. He breaks down the latest iOS device rumors and tells you why he thinks you should skip the new entry-level iMac.

Our How To gurus are also back with another episode of The Fix, where they offer some must-see tips on shooting, editing, and capturing video with your smartphone. And lastly, don't miss out on our brand new show, Tomorrow Daily. Every Monday through Thursday, hosts Ashley Esqueda and Rich DeMuro will be breaking down the day's tech news and discussing new products, current trends, future possibilities and more!

1. Amazon's new "3D" Fire Phone turns heads
Just when you think you've seen it all, Amazon's first phone throws in some crazy 3D tricks and a universal scanning and shopping app.


2. Tomorrow Daily 004: T-Mobile's UnRadio service, Lego Fusion, and cake math
Today, Tomorrow Daily wonders if T-Mobile's newest Uncarrier initiative is good (or bad!) for consumers, checks out Lego Fusion, watches a number nerd show us the "scientifically correct" way to slice up a cake, and discusses your thoughts on the Amazon Fire smartphone.


3. Apple Byte: Apple's new entry-level iMac isn't worth getting

The latest software updates reveal new features for the Apple TV, Apple's entry-level iMac should not be on your wish list, and more iOS device rumors.


4. Try out an iPhone 5S for free with T-Mobile Test Drive

At a press event in Seattle, T-Mobile announced a new program allowing anyone to sign up online to try out a T-Mobile iPhone 5S for free for seven days. At the end of that period, just hand back the phone if you decide not to keep it.


5. Top 5: Ways to watch World Cup

Five ways to keep up with World Cup (even at work).


6. The Fix: Shoot, edit, and share your favorite videos

This week, we show you how to capture and shoot great video using your smartphone. We offer quick and easy tips on editing and sharing your videos. And we group-chat with multiple friends and family for free.


7. Adventures in Tech: Android Wear's amazing smartwatch ancestors
Think smartwatches are a new idea? Think again! Here are our favorite past attempts at smartwatch success.


8. 11 tips to get the most out of Siri

Siri is capable of doing more than you realize. CNET's Dan Graziano shows you some lesser-known features.


9. Cracking Open: Pebble Steel

Bill Detwiler shows you how to crack open the Pebble Steel and gives you a rundown on the hardware inside this stylish smartwatch.


10. Testing BMW's GoPro integration at the track in a BMW M3

BMW has added support for GoPro action cameras to its Connected program, meaning you can now control a camera from the dashboard. We test it out on the track at the amazing Road America.

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