BOL 1069: 80 percent of life is exhaust Video
Today's show begins with a history lesson about the fate of the Microsoft Courier tablet and its possible reincarnation with a modified version of the Windows 8 operating system.
Apple is the world's most valuable brand, HP offers data services, and the PlayStation Network is still down.
>If you willingly choose to pay for a movie like "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," you give up your right to complain about your fellow theater-goers. This is the lesson Wilson and I impart to our third co-host today, who got suckered by the trolls on RottenTomatoes into seeing the pre-prequel to Planet of the Apes. This and more on today's 404 podcast!
AT&T gets its first LTE smartphones this weekend, Google Reader is intergrated with Google Plus, and we learn more about the death of Microsoft's Courier project.
From the Beatles on iTunes to an iPhone battery life of 40 minutes, CNETers talk about the Apple rumors they've heard...and made up.
We respond to your questions about a new iPod Touch, new iLife and iWork, and how to better search for apps and manage your music in iTunes.
Steve Jobs bows out of Macworld, a new PlayStation Portable is said to be in the works, and New Yorkers may have to pay extra for iTunes music.
Sprint defies the slow economy by buying prepaid giant Virgin Mobile for $483 million, and its exec admits that it needs to "let go." We then chat about Android, the Palm Pre vs. iTunes debacle, the Garmin Nuvifone going to Asia, our weekly reviews, and more. And, of course, we answer a few of your questions, too. Be sure to check out our live video stream every Wednesday at 2 p.m. PST on live.cnet.com!
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On today's show, an exhausted Molly and Brian Cooley wrap up the longest Apple keynote in years, and try to make sense of the things you can and can't accomplish with iCloud. Plus, the latest from Microsoft at E3, a little bit of cursory science news, and finally time for pizza. Phew.