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This week: Tips and tricks for Evernote, and hard questions for Evernote CEO Phil Libin. Real Deal readers have gotten sick hearing Rafe tell everyone how much he likes the app, so now they get a whole show focused on it.
Got a great idea for your own tech company? Today we're talking about how to make it a business, with two great guests: XMarks CEO James Joaquin, and Mahalo CEO (and This Week in Startups host) Jason Calacanis
Our reluctant guest on today's episode of The 404 Podcast is Jeff's FIFTH Xbox 360 that's finally succumbed to the infamous "red ring of death." Luckily, the little guy is still covered for another month under Microsoft's original 3-year warranty, but everyone else might want to hold off on buying one because ads for the new Xbox 360 "Slim" are causing a stir at this week's E3 proceedings.
Today we're discussing the merger of your television with the Web. In other words: The set-top Internet box. With great guests Avner Ronen, CEO of Boxee; and Christina Warren, who covers this market for Mashable.
On the heels of raising money at $1 billion valuation, we talk with the Evernote CEO about building durable companies and dealing with a bubble economy.
Today we'll tell you exactly what you can learn about technology from watching all 456 episodes of "Law and Order," what's so great and no so much about the new Pebble Steel smartwatch, and why South Koreans are paying money to watch each other eat through a computer.
Emily Dreyfuss from CNET's newest tech gossip podcast Rumor Has It is our guest today! We're learning all kinds of stuff from Emily, like to how to defeat an oncoming shark attack, the best way to win a burger eating competition, and the back story behind the Carrier IQ keylogging controversy.
We love having guests on the show, but it's always good to get back to our bread and butter: making fun of silly tech news! Today we cover several stories that've slipped through the cracks, including the new Alice in Wonderland movie, a new autotune iPhone application in the works, a new Queen of text messaging, and a huge calls from the public.
Lytro's Founder and CEO Ren Ng Ph.D. stopped by the BOL studio today to discuss his new product the Lytro Light Field Camera which allows you to focus different depths of field within one photograph. We picked his brain about how the technology works and how it will evolve into the art of photography and beyond. We also discuss the FTC's probe into Google's business practices as well as the upcoming possible overhaul of the United States Patent office rules and regulations. Lulzsec continues to make news and publish the identity of its victims while a rival hacker group calling themselves TeaMp0ison has vowed to out the members of Lulzsec by publishing Lulzsec's identities and personal information in retaliation. All this and more on today's Buzz Out Loud with special guest host from Android Atlas Antuan Goodwin who has a deep fear of Zombies.
Jeff and Ariel are both away so it's up to Richard, Bridget, and me to kick off the week. We're all over the place today, from fireworks complaints, pulling a Houdini at parties, Google Glass Arrests, and the new Radioshack "concept stores."