Eugene Polley, the man who invented the wireless television remote control in 1955, has died at the grand age of 96.
The research firm also says Siri is the feature consumers "like best." They've got gripes, though, about the battery life of Apple's smartphone.
Rick Broida from CNET's Cheapskate blog joins us to talk bargains.
In what they say may be a first, researchers at the Mayo Clinic helped keep a man with no pulse alive--and healthy--for 96 minutes using continuous chest compressions, 12 defibrillator shocks, and capnography.
The iPhone 4 talks about its experiences eating iPhone 4s in Vietnam and gaming in the states.
Driving the new Nissan 370Z, Detroit is close to the bailout it's begging for, punching holes in the hands-free panacea, and TomTom offers routing online.
In what may be the craziest episode ever, Joey takes flight by piloting a model helicopter around the studio, using an iPhone app as a control pad. Virtual mayhem erupts when we take turns blasting each other in a alive Halo: Reach demo, and later, Scott describes his warm fuzzy feelings towards the NFL's handheld FanVision instant replay device.
In the spirit of Kelly Baby Watch, we explore the many reasons why now is a really good time to be a kid. Us grown ups can still have a little fun too.
Car tech editor Kevin Massy drops by to chat about head units that play nice with your MP3 player. Plus, what exactly is this "Sony Rolly" thingie?
Red Hat is the big enterprise Linux winner, with Ubuntu not claiming the dollars that it's popularity should command.