In this week’s show from CES: Palm introduces a new phone, a wind and solar powered gadget charges electronics, Samsung shows off thin TVs and Blu-Ray Disc players, Tom Hanks and Howard Stringer try on futuristic glasses, Kodak displays an OLED photo frame, mobile internet devices shrink and Schlage Link makes sure you don’t get locked out.
In this week’s show: Inflight Wi-Fi, YouTube wants to make money for its partners, robots for kids, prototype cell phone designs from LG and Wii sells 7 million in Japan.
Consumer Reports expects spending on Black Friday—the day after Thanksgiving—to be strong.
In this week’s show: Yang steps down, Adobe shows off its new Flash platform, TVs fail the recycling test, robots take over California, Nintendo leads in the game console war, Intel launches a new processor and new auto tech is on display in New York.
In this week’s show: CEA gives a CES preview, MP3 players present a possible health hazard, Honda unveils a walking assist device, spam is still profitable, Colombia gets OLPCs and NASA’s Mars lander dies.
One inventive Japanese iPhone user has created a robot-iPhone hybrid that's remote controllable and can record video.
In this week’s show: new games from the Tokyo Game Show, AMD splits into two, Panasonic sets a world record, the BlackBerry Storm readies to debut, Sony shows off a new OLED and Toshiba demonstrates a cell phone running on a fuel cell.
In this week’s show: We take Nissan's high-tech cars for a spin, Steve Jobs grills employees over MobileMe, riding Toyota's robotic transporter, new rules for gadgets at U.S. ports and news on upcoming games.
Bill Gates readies for retirement, iPhone 3G made on the cheap, Microhoo is back, Google delays Android, Panasonic introduces a new Toughbook, cell phones come in handy, Sony delivers content and Toshiba shows off new laptops.
PC World senior associate editor Danny Allen joins forces with Macworld associate editor Brian Chen in discussing the Tenori-On, Yamaha's new music sequencer.