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Microsoft launches a free antivirus program, Disney creates its own version of e-books, and your iPhone can double as your car key.
The Kindle Touch is one of the best full-featured e-book readers you can get for $99.
Toshiba and Fujitsu create a joint venture, the Droid X is launching next week, and the iPhone 4 is being sold unlocked.
Amazon acquires the Stanza iPhone e-book reader app, the Flip gets a little competition, and IBM develops a program that can beat "Jeopardy" without the help of Google.
While Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-300 has a basic feature set, its $200 price tag, compact size, and Epub file compatibility make it an appealing e-book reader.
Microsoft will soon release details about the next Xbox console, preorders begin for the Nvidia Shield game system, and the Buycott app helps shoppers vote with their wallet.
Is this the eBook reader that will kill paper, or is it just another pretender?
On this week's episode, we look back at the Steve Jobs Apple iPhone 4 Antennagate press conference (which had Dan and Scott busy providing talking head commentary for TV news stations); plus a peek at some very cool iPad cases, talk about the new Xbox Live game Limbo, and a test-drive of Hulu Plus.
Facebook releases a Messenger app for iPhone and Android, Anonymous threatens to shut down the social network, Amazon launches the Kindle Cloud Reader web app for e-books, and Wal-Mart shuts down its MP3 store.
Natali Del Conte takes a First Look at the Irex DR800SG, a new e-book reader with an 8-inch display that wirelessly downloads books over the Verizon network for free, which was first seen at the press launch event in New York City.