BOL 1070: Windows 7 cuddle party Video
Post show discussion the centers around a cuddle party.
This week in Buzz, the amazing story of an iPhone that saved its owner's life, cute puppies are back, and yeah, fine, whatever, Apple tablet.
The do-it-all Archos 604 with its improved design and low base price is slightly marred by mediocre audio performance. It's an amazing PVP, but not a great audio player.
The flagship Windows Phone packs a 41-megapixel camera, popular apps arrive for Windows smartphones, and Microsoft hints about new features for Skype and the Surface tablet.
The Archos G9s are low-priced Honeycomb tablets that disappoint with bad features placement and a shoddy camera.
The Archos 7 Home Tablet is short on features, but delivers the Android OS on a 7-inch screen, for an affordable price.
We get a sneak peek at Microsoft's Project Pink with leaked photos of a phone that isn't pink at all. We then dish about the Motorola Cliq, the finally released Garmin Nuvifone, MMS coming to the iPhone, and more.
Lenovo shows off an eyeball-controlled laptop, Angry Birds for St. Patrick's Day to spring up, and Apple is about to take the wraps off its second-gen tablet.
This week, Microsoft finally launches the long-awaited Facebook app for the Zune HD, but it's wrought with bugs and naturally, the MP3 Insiders have a few things to say about that. Also, Donald mulls over the depressing fact that people are downloading less music from both P2P and legitimate music stores, while Jasmine attempts to offer solace in the form of speculation that music has always been around and will continue to be. Finally, we take a look at a disappointing new Archos product and a cool new remote accessory for the iPod and iPhone, and compare both to the excellence that is Sonos.
On today's show, cute-animal-song wunderkind Parry Gripp joins us to talk about his new Baby Monkey iPhone game, and he's represented by the cutest bunny ever. Seriously. We can barely focus. Seriously. Also, Facebook's major sweeping privacy changes mean you can finally erase your ex from your profile, which is actually kind of awesome. And how "2001: A Space Odyssey" apparently constitutes prior art for tablet design. Oh, yeah.