This week's video roundup is packed to the brim with some of the hottest products reviewed in the last seven days. Earlier this week we got our mitts on the Microsoft Surface 2 (due out in October), the updated Apple iMac, as well as the lineup of new sizzling hot Kindle Fire tablets. Our CNET UK team also reviewed the global version of the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Did the stylish gadget live up to expectations? Plus: We'll show you how to fix some of the annoying new quirks in iOS 7, and Rumor Has It breaks down the latest avalanche of iPad rumors.
1. Fix iOS 7's most annoying quirks
There's a lot to love about iOS 7, but some of its new features just get in the way. Here are solutions to some of iOS 7's most annoying flaws.
2. Hands-on with Amazon's new Kindle Fire tablets
Amazon has unveiled three new Kindle Fire tablets: the Kindle Fire HD, Fire HDX 7-inch, and Fire HDX 8.9-inch.
3. Rumor Has It: iPad rumor avalanche
It's almost October, which means it's iPad rumor time. Lucky us! Also this week, Google might add a little something extra to its search, and we pay homage to the Emmy Awards.
Too busy to take your phone out of your pocket? Check out the Samsung Galaxy Gear, a smartwatch that lets you take calls and snap photos without touching your phone.
Anyone who bought last year's redesigned iMac doesn't need to upgrade, but for owners of older models or anyone looking to switch, the latest 27-inch Apple iMac offers a wide-ranging set of internal upgrades.
6. Top 5: Failed tech fads
The sure-thing tech trend predictions that flopped big time.
7. Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the latest giant phone from Samsung, packing a 5.7-inch screen, a stylus, a burly quad-core processor, and a camera that captures 4K video.
8. Apple Byte: When to expect iPads, Mac Pros, and more!
In this week's e-mail episode, we answer your questions about Apple, and EVERYTHING you sent in to the Apple Byte.
9. XCAR: Ferrari F40: Can you improve on perfection?
All Ferrari F40s were red, but in the hands of some owners, that wasn't to stay the case. We take a look, and listen, to what can be done when you think you can do better than the Italian masters.
Microsoft's second-gen tablet aims for more power and battery life.