Buzz Report: Apple, you bore me Video
This week on Buzz, Molly snoozes through an Apple press conference, hops to for some critical Vista updates, and goes a little greener.
Molly's back with some hot dish on Windows Vista ... if you can stay awake for it. Plus, Verizon gets busted, and they fold like a house of cards.
This week, the Buzz Report pays homage to the tech stories and the gadgets that kept Molly (and hopefully you) rolling in the aisles this year.
This week on the Buzz Report, politicians join Facebook, and Molly falls in love with the LG Voyager.
Buzz Report has some girl-to-girl advice for Yahoo, and the Apple iPhone is under attack...again. We've got some advice for them, too.
This week, Molly has some advice for the Japanese government, and imagines a world in which the Mormons run Facebook.
Molly takes the show on the road and reports from Vegas.
This week on the Buzz Report, the Eye makes some serious changes, and Microsoft just cannot leave Yahoo alone.
CNET's Josh Lowensohn takes you through some of the main features of Google's new social publishing tool Buzz, which is being made available to all Gmail users this week.
Last week, Google launched Buzz, a status update tool with elements of Twitter, Facebook, and Friendfeed in it. When the app first launched, it's fair to say it was a little too eager to use and share the details of users' personal networks. What was Google thinking? We have two guests to discuss: Mike Yang, Managing Product Counsel for Google, and Jared Kaprove a fellow at EPIC, the Electronic Privacy Information Center.