If it were anyone else's product, the iPod Touch would be considered a runaway success. But as part of Apple's iOS dream team, it's an underachiever that should fall on its own sword.
Velcomp was at CES with a device and app that turns an iPhone or iPad Touch into a bicycling computer and exercise monitor
HTC's phone for ladies prompts us to try to decide on a phone for me, Google Wallet is finally here (kinda), and an app helps you stay under your data plan cap.
Rafe Needleman joins us on the show today to discuss the dropping stock prices of RIM, Netflix and HP.How low will they go? We take a closer look at Scarlett Johansson's hacking scandal and Rafe shares with us a very special video about taxidermy. All this and more on today's BOL.
CNET's Donald Bell imagines how an iPod Touch with integrated 3G wireless capabilities could fundamentally shift the mobile world and benefit consumers.
Josh schools us in saving your social connections and data for posterity, and what makes the new game Minecraft so addictive. Plus: Rafe on passwords and laptop theft, and more questions about HP laptop reliability.
CNET to the Rescue listeners this week wonder what laptops to buy and how to make their networks, you know, work. Also, Rafe loves Chrome even more now that it's got Instant Search baked in.
Ask Maggie is a weekly technology advice column tackling readers' questions about mobile and broadband products, services, and issues.
The other day I found myself getting increasingly annoyed with people asking me what I thought of Apple's iTouch. It's called the iPod touch, people, and I think it's terrific.
Location-based services are one of today's hot trends, but the length of time it's taken for them to truly arrive carries broader lessons about technology adoption.