This week's top 5 separates the popular from the competent. We always have cell phones on the most popular list but are they the good cell phones? Well, this week we find out by counting down the highest-rated cell phones by CNET editors.
And what a surprise, we have a lame prize to give away. So watch the show and then post your answer to the trivia question in the comments below. If you're one of the first 10 people to get the answer right, you might be chosen to win the prize.
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So watch the video then post your answer. Unless it's Friday.
Last week's question and answer: The Millenium Falcon is a standard light freighter. What kind? Corellian Engineering Corporation YT-1300
Cell phones still dominate CNET's most-popular list. Well actually, they're the entire list. But it's interesting to see where they fall. Remember, these lists aren't based on our recommendations, but on the number of times people visited the reviews page.
And there is a lame prize this time of course, so watch the show, and then post your answer in the comments below.
Last week's question: What was the name of the Linux computer sold at Wal-Mart that was sued by Microsoft for brand confusion with Windows? Answer: Lindows (though technically, each machine had its … Read more
Watch the video to find out all five, then post your answer to the trivia question in the comments below. We'll draw one of the first 10 people to answer correctly to win the lame prize.
Last week's lame prize answer: Gavilan SC
The kind of mobile computer referred to as a notebook or laptop has risen to become the dominant form factor, but there are so many choices. From the tiny lightweight and cheap Netbook to the large, bulky, and competent desktop replacement laptop, the options are dizzying.
So CNET's Dan Ackerman and Scott Stein put together a list of the best laptops to help narrow things down. Take a look at our countdown, then come back here and post your best guess to the trivia question in the comments below. We'll pick one of the first ten people who … Read more
Time to check in on the pageviews report here at CNET to see which product reviews are getting the most traffic. We figure a high number of people looking at a review means it must be pretty popular. So this Top 5 counts down the most popular products based on how many people read our reviews. And all you read about these days is phones, at least in large numbers.
This week, we look at five desktop computers that represent the best in their classes. Oh, yes! Desktop computers, my friend. They are still kicking! Don't let those Netbook-toting hipsters tell ya different.
As usual, there is a lame prize, and this one is quite special. And probably quite lame. So watch the video, and get the question, then post your answer below. If you are one of the first ten people to get it right, you're entered in the drawing to win.
Last week's answer: Rob Glaser.
CNET Download's Seth Rosenblatt just dug himself out of the avalanche of software that his team reviews every year. And in his hand was a list of the worst downloads of the year.
And he's willing to share. By worst this year, Seth means the biggest failures, so the coding, presentation, and features of these apps might be decent, but they let us and their customers down in a big way.