BOL 1094: Crushing on the Droid Video
One thing Droid users can lord over iPhone fanatics is the new porn app. Yes, with no Apple lording it over the app store Android users can go adult. We also debate the reality of Cyber Monday and congratulate Twitter on being word of the year. Also we know you're all wishing for Macs for Christmas, but you're going to get a netbook. Amazon doesn't lie.
Jeff gives a spoiler-free review of "The Dark Knight Rises," plus a bunch of lesser-known facts about the Batman movie franchise on today's 404 episode.
Wilson G. Tang is happily celebrating his 25th birthday tomorrow, so we take a few minutes at the beginning of today's episode of The 404 podcast to congratulate the man on making it this far. Can you believe this fool has only been on Earth 25 years? I always assumed you could tell Wilson's age by counting the highlights in his hair, but the consensus is that Wilson is certainly an old soul.
A new law in Europe protects all citizens from the evils of cookies. Instead of relying on people to operate their own browser, Europe now requires all websites to notify users that they will set cookies. That certainly sounds annoying. Come on over to our freedom-loving US sites, y'all! We also check in on Motorola DROID sales and find out that the MILESTONE kicks the DROID int he butt. And Google has a holiday present for you. And it's free!
The Droid Bionic is finally here, and it's so huge it might just crush the iPhone 5 with sheer size. And maybe features. Plus, Bartz out at Yahoo and Groupon's IPO might be out, too.
The flashy Mercedes CL63 always seems to please those looking for a high-speed automobile that maintains an elegant look and feel.
CNET's Natali Del Conte takes a look at the Motorola Droid for Verizon Wireless, a smartphone running Google's Android 2.0 operating system and marketed as an anti-iPhone. It is set to hit the market on November 6 for $199.99, with a two-year contract.
The Motorola V360 abandons the flashy for the functional. Although the design is a step backward from the last model in the product line, it's outweighed by attractive features.
The Motorola Brute i680 isn't pretty or flashy, but it delivers on call quality and its design should withstand the elements.
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