Buzz Report: Death and chocolate Video
The LG VX8550 Chocolate is definitely a big improvement over the original Chocolate, with a beautiful yet functional design plus a host of impressive features to boot.
An informal CNET poll finds almost half of its readers learned of Osama bin Laden's death online through social media sites like Twitter and Facebook or news Web sites. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
In the news this week, a new Web site lets you brag to the world about who you slept with. We kind of thought that was just "the Internet," but apparently, this site has maps.
The NYC takeover of BOL continues, as the hardware heads from the Digital City talk about Day One problems with Apple's new Lion OSX update, the death of Google Labs, and who's getting hacked next.
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.
Internet videos should not have to resort to hot, dancing women in order to get viewers. (But, uh, we have some!)
"Hey, Buzz Crew ..." Google seems to be building out a version of Chrome OS for tablets, which we're calling their "double rainbow" strategy: it breaks your brain. Plus, what Epsilon knew about their social phishing vulnerabilities, and when they knew it. Samsung cuts tablet pricing again, why we're never using Pandora again until we get an email from Tim Westergren, and a seriously old-school hacker story. --Molly
On the Buzz Report, we try hard not to make jokes about the iPad name, but we do have to wonder: who is this good for?
We look back on the best moments from the Buzz Report, from the gadgets to the news to the awesome animation. Happy New Year!
The LG Chocolate felt like it wasn't given a fair shot last time, so it demanded a chance to redeem itself. Watch as it battles the new kid on the block, the Motorola Krzr.