The company claims it will get up to 15 hours of battery life.
CNET and CBS News tech analyst Larry Magid speaks with Always Innovating's Maria Victoria about the company's Touch Book touch-screen netbook. One unique feature is the ability to remove the screen and take it with you to use as a touch-pad or leave it in place to use as a netbook. The company has adapted a version of Linux to provide an iPhone CoverFlow-like interface for launching programs.
Samsung serves Milk Music, does a Galaxy good
The new streaming radio service is ad-free but only available for Galaxy devices, Vine swings away from smut, and Dyson's Air Multiplier subtracts noise.