BOL 1087: Google's leaky cloud Video
We're finally back in San Francisco and New York and boy are we glad. In this show, we recap CES, discuss the latest iPhone rumor, and have some wise words for Google about Android.
The FCC votes on Net neutrality today, Apple pulls a WikiLeaks app from the App Store, and Santa will leave you a personalized voice mail if you request one through Google Voice.
On this week's show, we listen to some voice mails and read some e-mails; Emily brings out her inner Russian; and we rock out with our socks out for you guys.
Google Desktop 5 lets you instantly find your e-mail, files, media, Web history, and chats by making your computer searchable. The application frees you from having to manually organize your files, e-mail, and any Web pages you've viewed.
Welcome to the bigger and beefier 404 Podcast! Along with the latest news headlines about the Motorola Xoom 2, the rumored Google Drive, and Facebook hoaxes, we'll also chat with our guest, SoundCloud founder and CEO Alexander Ljung about how SoundCloud is changing the way we listen to music.
Some voice mail messages are worth keeping, but not necessarily on your phone. Sharon Vaknin explains how to move memorable voice mails onto your computer.
Here is the mystery of Seattle's Cave Singers: They never listened to much folk music, they never intended to play folk music, and more importantly, their guitarist never picked up the instrument until recently. Yet, this strange trio is writing and performing some of the most hypnotizing folk music we have today.
This week we give you a little tip on how to bypass Verizon's annoyingly long voice mail message. Now, how about a raise?
There's a little panic over the fact that Bing's marketshare dropped last month, but you have to remember folks, Bing is young. Rafe puts it in perspective for us. Also Kindle gets a price cut and goes worldwide, yo. That's big. What is also big is the keylogger network that's hijacking everyone's web mail accounts. We can help you out with that a bit.
You don't have to have a smartphone to use Google Voice, but there are certain advantages if you do, including having your Google contact list at your fingertips.