Buzz Report: Introducing the ZunePod! Video
This week Buzz takes a look at the latest from Google, makes predictions about Apple, and explores the dark world of dark matter.
This week on the Buzz Report, the Eye makes some serious changes, and Microsoft just cannot leave Yahoo alone.
Brian Tong has a rule about no technology in the bedroom. Molly's not so sure. It's Computer Love Friday, everyone! Also, Google continues to make piles of cash and says it's making tons of money (again), and Microsoft may or may not be working on a social/search hybrid site. RIM may or may not be working on an Apple TV competitor, which we fervently pray is not true. Please, RIM. Please don't do it.
Introducing the BOL digest! The biggest stories of the week from Google to Facebook smears, plus our favorite funny bits.
This week, we discuss Apple's reported decline in iPod sales--not to be confused with the company's overall sales, which are continue to be through the roof. Also, some code in the Zune Software update has people speculating about a potential Zune phone, and a new music format might be on the horizon (which we think will have just about as much traction as Sony's proprietary ATRAC codec). Finally, we confront stylish headphones' lack of good sound, and let some listeners of questionable sobriety take over the airwaves.
The iPod hits just keep on coming--or do they? Meanwhile, is Google Earth all too likely? That and more on this week's Buzz Report.
The Buzz Report digs into the deep, dark world of Craigslist. Also, the Firefox Games, and kitties!
The intrepid Buzz Report crew brings you the *real* highlights from CES 2008, including what might be the best Gadget of the Week ever.
This week, the MP3 Insiders discuss the rumored next-gen iPhone, which appears to be the most legit report on an unannounced Apple product in recent memory. Also, hackers break into the Zune, Apple admits to faulty Shuffle headphones, and ZDNet offers an excellent comparison of popular online music stores.
This week, Donald and Jasmine can't resist taunting the naysayers with yet more Zune and iPod talk, but we think you'll be interested to know that the Zune HD popped up with an app submenu during weekend demos at Best Buys across the country. And what does Microsoft have to say about that? We'll give you one guess. Also, Rhapsody gets down with the iPhone with a brand new app that is yet-to-be-approved by Apple. Plus, we take a look at the upcoming E- and S-Series Walkmans from Sony and ponder the slow death of the Bluetooth MP3 player.