This is exciting!
Starting today, you'll be able to watch full-length CNET shows on your Xbox 360. Later this month, you'll be able to do the same on your Samsung Smart TV.
CNET is proud to create shows and videos that you'll want to watch everywhere, including your living room with a bowl of snacks nearby and your feet on the coffee table. Longer shows like Always On with Molly Wood and Brian Cooley's On Cars have already taken off on Roku and YouTube; now we're putting them on even more screens.
Our goal is to make all the tech video you expect from CNET -- including first looks at new devices, The Apple Byte with Brian Tong, Top 5 from Donald Bell, plus live streams of major tech events, and how-tos from Sharon Vaknin -- available wherever you are.
And here's a bonus: If you're looking for the full CNET lineup--world class tech reviews, reporting, photos, and video--on Windows 8, you're in luck. CNET's Windows 8 app hit the Windows store today, and our totally revamped native Android app is live now, too, for accessing all of CNET's content.
Here's where to get started:
CNET on Xbox 360
If you'd like to learn more about CNET on Xbox, visit the Xbox program lineup here, watch our video, above, or just power up your Xbox and pull up the CNET app.
CNET on Samsung Smart TVs
Our Samsung app is coming later this month to all 2011 and newer Samsung Smart TVs via the Smart Hub on your television. You can see the entire list of compatible televisions and Blu-ray players, plus other tips, on Samsung's app page.
CNET's second-screen app
Android and iOS tablet and mobile owners get a special treat later this month: a new CNET app called CNET Video+ that pairs with your TV or set-top box to provide extra context, polls, links, and more while you're watching CNET video. The apps will be available in the Google Play and iTunes stores and will work seamlessly with our Samsung Smart TV app. In early 2013, we'll roll out compatibility with many more partner brands and platforms.
CNET on Roku
If you currently own a Roku, you already get the CNET channel. But we've now updated our Roku app with a design overhaul, so it looks shiny-new. Check in and tell us what you think.
CNET's native Android app
You've waited patiently, and now your patience will pay off. CNET's totally revamped Android app is now in the Google Play store.
CNET on Windows 8
Get the full lineup--world class tech reviews, reporting, photos, and video--on CNET's Windows 8 app. We keep you living in the future with award-winning tech coverage in a fast, beautiful, and easy-to-use package.