Always On (SD)
Summary: "Always On with Molly Wood" is a weekly show from CNET that torture tests new gadgets, takes consumer electronics out into the real world to see if they can survive, and spotlights the futuristic tech that will change the world.
Molly Wood unboxes her iPhone 5, Jeff Cannata tortures the Nokia Lumia 900, Sharon Vaknin breaks out the tools to install a cooling fan in a media cabinet, and Molly checks out a potential game changing product called The Leap.
The iPhone 5 ships this week; Molly unboxes the Kindle Fire HD; Torture Testing the original Kindle; and a Road Test of the iPhone and HTC One X from 10,000 feet in the air!
In the season 2 premiere, the Nexus 7 takes a beating, GM and Ford show off the future of cars, and a DIY iPhone macro lens.
This week we've got outtakes, bloopers, extended interviews, craziness and more! Plus, never before seen moments from Season 1.
Molly Wood teams up with the GoPro Bomb Squad to test the veracity of an HTC commercial -- by jumping out of a helicopter. Oh yes. Season 2 of Always On launches September 11, 2012.
Molly Wood revisits the damage and carnage of torture testing the new iPad, Samsung Galaxy S III, new MacBook Air, and the iPhone 4S.
This week on Always On, check out the director's cut of our road tests! Plus, Molly's half marathon results and a music video dance remix!
This week on Always On, get the director's cut of some of your favorite Future Tech segments--plus, outtakes galore!
Our most requested gadget to torture is our next victim, the iPhone 4S! Molly unboxes a new competitor to the MacBook Air, Sharon Vaknin explains why you would want to cut down a SIM card, and we fly with the aerodynamics of wind tunnels.
On this episode of Always On, 3D printing gets useful when you can make your own iPhone case! Plus, unboxing the Samsung Galaxy Beam, and some useful robots of the future.
It's our most dramatic torture test yet with the new MacBook Air. Plus, we ElliptiGo, control home theaters with Android, and Molly attempts to control your mind.
Molly takes on the biggest physical challenge of her life with the aid of the Nike+ FuelBand and Fitbit Ultra; the knives come out to unbox the Personal Rover; and Sharon Vaknin creates a DIY NFC Phonedock. Plus, we merge the physical and digital worlds with a look into augmented reality.
This week on Always On, the flagship Android phone ends up in the Terrarium of Death, and suffers many other fates. Plus, fun with NFC tags and high-tech smoking!
We unbox the Nexus 7 (yay!) and the Nexus Q (what the?) in the wake of the Google I//O announcements, plus unleash the Chromebook on an unsuspecting focus group. In Future Tech, swarming helibots that are here to help you--honest.
This week on Always On, Molly Wood freezes, bakes, drops, and dunks the new iPad. Plus, the future of video games at E3, and up close and personal with the Samsung Galaxy S III.