CNET TV's Brian Tong discusses the latest in Apple news, notes, and rumors. This week, Apple passes Microsoft in terms of market cap, Boy Genius Report writes that AT&T ups their cancellation fee, and rumors surface that Apple has a backup phone ready to go in case the next generation iPhone has production issues.
I'm happy to announce that Tom Krazit and I will interview Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz on June 10 for our next iteration of CNET Conversations. It's been, obviously, a rocky ride for Bartz, who's trying to turn the flagging Web giant around with a promising search deal with Microsoft, a big new mobile deal with Nokia that puts Yahoo mail and messaging on Nokia handsets, big changes to Yahoo Mail, the company's ad platform, and a sense of renewed passion in the company.
Despite her recent PR blitz (she's done interviews with CNBC, TechCrunch, and … Read more
The end of an era in television is here and possibly the beginning of a, likely not-as-successful movie franchise? Well, I hope not. Dong and I have bonded over "24" for the last nine years. In this episode we lament its pseudo-passing.
Then, heads are butted, faces kicked, and throats punched as we I say goodbye to "Lost." Dong says, "Good riddance" instead. Hater!
WARNING! There are spoilers for both these shows' finales and lore. You've been warned.
Also, Dong gives his advice on protecting your credit card number. Or maybe he doesn'… Read more