BOL 1074: Forget the tablet, let's hype the Courier Video
iCloud, it's what Jesus would use, right? Well, as with all things Apple, maybe it's not quite as good as the hype.
Microsoft is working on a tablet PC called the Courier, Google gets under the hood of Internet Explorer, and how to use a mapping program on your cell phone to find a bathroom in the mall.
Steve Ballmer talks about Apple's niche, Zune's app potential, and what's up with that Courier tablet.
Is there such thing as too much of a good thing? Verizon comes out swinging with superphones galore, we take a look at the next gen of Windows Phone handsets, and have a good old-fashioned rant against a very very weird phone. All that and more on today's Dialed In.
Turns out the iPhone grip of death is simply a "fact of life" with all wireless phones. If holding your phone makes your iPhone 4 signal drop dramatically, Apple would like you to know you should either hold it a different way or buy a case. From them. That sounds logical, right? Right. No, thanks. Also, introducing Rafe's new side project, oneleggedgoat.xxx. Enjoy.
The Motorola Q lives up to much of the hype by offering good call quality, an excellent multimedia experience, and essential productivity tools, all wrapped up in a sexy little package.
The Motorola Q lives up to much of the hype by offering good call quality, an excellent multimedia experience and essential productivity tools, all wrapped up in a sexy little package.
Apple makes the MacBook Air both smaller and less expensive, creating an excellent ultraportable, but leaving out a few features along the way. Find out if it lives up to all the hype in our Product Spotlight
CES overloaded the industry with 3D TV hype, and it's time to bust it. Rafe Needleman interviews CNET's John Falcone and HDNation's Robert Heron on the practical realities, and likely future, of 3D TV.
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.