Karyne may be up a point on the Rumor board, but I'm winning where it actually counts: on Twitter.
As of this writing, I have 232 followers and Karyne has 223.
OK, you can stop laughing now.
We realize, of course, that those numbers are embarrassingly low. So follow us, guys! (@EmilyDreyfuss, @karynelevy, @RumorShow.) Our new high-stakes side bet is who can get to 500 first. Maybe the lucky 500th follower of the winner will get a prize!
The rumors on today's show are of the spiciest variety: sightings of the first quad-core phone (which some people really don't want); two new iPads in 2012; all-new Apple products next year (huzzah); and Siri may ruin my life by coming to old iOS devices.
Watch the show and let us know where you fall on the quad-core debate. Is the world not ready for it yet? Do smartphones not need it? Is it progress for the sake of progress? Comment, call, or e-mail us your thoughts!
P.S. Siri, can we be real for a second? You are superannoying. And rude. My commute is already full of people yelling at you on the bus; my Facebook feed is covered in screenshots of your witticisms. If Apple lets you take possession of older iPhones you will literally be everywhere I go. You know what that's called, Siri? Stalking. So stop it.
Heard a tech rumor you think we should cover? E-mail us at Rumorhasit [at] cnet.com, or directly at karyne.levy [at] cnet.com or emily.dreyfuss [at] cnet.com. And call and leave us a voice mail at 1-800-750-CNET!
Ep. 7: You can't fight the quad core
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Apple to overhaul most products in 2012
Apple is planning to use a dual-LED backlight tech on the new iPads
Amazon prepping 8.9-inch Kindle Fire successor
Leaked HTC Edge could be world's first quad-core phone
Siri for iPhone 4 and iPad 2 being tested by Apple