Brian Tong, host of CNET TV's The Apple Byte, finally makes the trip out to New York for the sole purpose of helping us host the show. Alright, we wish--in reality Brian is out here for a much nobler cause.
Brian Tong, host of CNET TV's The Apple Byte, finally makes the trip out to New York for the sole purpose of helping us host the show. Alright, we wish--in reality Brian is out here for a much nobler cause. Today's show is filled with everything you'd expect from Apple fanboys and video game nerds!
Forget autotune, the talkbox is where it's at for making robot noises with your mouth. The Wee-Wow turns your iPhone into a talkbox, complete with tubing.
Robert Moog, electronic musical pioneer, is celebrated today by a Google Doodle recreating the Moog synthesizer.
A new cut-price version version of the iMac has appeared on Apple's US website, but unfortunately it's only for educational institutions.
Alison Rosen is back on the program today, and no, she's not really shrinking. That said, she is mystified by Craigslist missed connections, so we debate about what sort of scenario would lend itself to the site's bizarre feature.
Today we cover several stories that've slipped through the cracks, including the new 'Alice in Wonderland' movie, a new autotune iPhone application in the works, a new queen of text messaging, and a huge Calls from the Public.
Google has updated its YouTube app for Nokia S60 and Windows Mobile phones to include user account support and search suggestions. We went hands-on
Dexim--manufacturer of accessories for iPhones, BlackBerrys, and other smartphones--has sent us a pair of devices from its car solutions line of products.
Minnesotan creates a cinema commercial that purports to be an iPhone ad, but is really a proposal to his girlfriend. He is, however, a poor singer, so AutoTune is a must.