CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman has been going to South by Southwest for years. When a friend asked for advice on how to get the most out of SXSW, he had plenty of suggestions.
Has CleverWraps finally come up with the solution for the active lifestyle? Possibly, but a regular ol' plastic sandwich bag seems to offer the same protection.
Canadian artists construct an interactive sculpture from thousands of lightbulbs. It won't rain on you, but it will shine on you.
We're getting so many reassurances from NASA these days that the world is not about to be destroyed by some space-borne phenomenon that I'm starting to wonder if there's something the space agency isn't telling us.
The iPhone 4S has the same design as the iPhone 4, but with upgraded internal components, including a dual-core A5 processor and 1 gigabyte of RAM.
Apple introduced its Siri voice recognition app that uses natural language to help users search for a multitude of things on their iPhone 4S.
Apple is holding a special iPhone event at its Cupertino headquarters, starting at 10 a.m. PT. As usual, CNET will be there to bring you the news live, coupled with commentary from the Buzz Out Loud crew.
Today's guest on The 404 Podcast is The Paper Raincoat, a local band of the "experimental rock ambition" genre, as Jeff calls it. Amber Rubarth and Alex Wong have both garnered musical recognition for their individual acts, but only recently came together to form The Paper Raincoat. The release of their first EP, Safe in the Sound, ushered in an international fan following and an impressive list of accomplishments, including the iTunes Indie Artist Spotlight.
Our guests in the studio today are The Paper Raincoat, a local band. Watch as they perform two acoustic songs from their upcoming self-titled album.
The company's answer to Facebook's "like" buttons is an incremental social addition that's wired into Google services and search results.