CNET TV iPhone app the perfect fix for tech junkies

Nov 8, 2010
Tech

If you are considering a new technology-related purchase, or simply want to keep up with the latest product developments, then the free CNET TV iPhone app is a must have. A go-to source for all things tech, CNET TV is jam-packed with reviews, news updates and insider gossip. With technology changing at a revolutionary pace, it […]

If you are considering a new technology-related purchase, or simply want to keep up with the latest product developments, then the free CNET TV iPhone app is a must have.

A go-to source for all things tech, CNET TV is jam-packed with reviews, news updates and insider gossip. With technology changing at a revolutionary pace, it is difficult to keep up with it all. But the CNET TV app does a great job.

The site’s correspondents report from tech conferences, as well as the headquarters of the top tech companies, such as Microsoft and Apple. Some of the app’s best work is covering the red-hot smartphone war, which has different companies introducing increasingly sophisticated phones on a increasingly tight cycle.

But reviews don’t stop there. They include everything from Internet-enabled TVs to Blu-ray players to laptops. There are even reviews of automobile-related technologies, such as built-in satellite radio and GPS navigation devices.

You can browse the app by show and popular topics, among others. And you can also watch CNET TV shows streaming live.

There are also quirky, but very useful, instruction tips. Are you concerned about protecting your privacy on Facebook? The app will teach you how. Do you need to try and dry out your cell because you dropped it in the toilet? There is a lesson for that, too.

READ  Trending - Did Google Copy Twitter?
Search for more

Megan O'Neil

Megan O'Neil is a journalist and freelance writer in Los Angeles. When she isn't lounging at the beach or socializing in the Hollywood Hills, she writes for the Park Labrea New/Beverly Press newspaper and the Los Angeles Times Community News Group.

    Home Apps Games