Buzz Report: PSP, Google, and iBook Video
This week Buzz takes a look at the latest from Google, makes predictions about Apple, and explores the dark world of dark matter.
A human Tetris piece, Microsoft making a mess, and a Special K surprise--all on this week's Buzz Report.
The new Yahoo Buzz, new MacBooks, and making some bank from Google.
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.
Introducing the BOL digest! The biggest stories of the week from Google to Facebook smears, plus our favorite funny bits.
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, voting from space, the CNN hologram machine hits the Buzz set, and Apple MacBooks cause nothing but pain.
Buzz Report: The state of the MMORPG YouTube censored, Sony and Universal locking down music even more than usual, and Microsoft Vista is a mess. The state of the tech world is hilarious, as usual.
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 format of today's episode is a little different, as we're discussing all the products to come out of Apple's Education Event at The Guggenheim Museum here in New York, along with Bridget Carey who reports from the field on iBooks 2, iBooks Author, and the revamped iTunes U platform for students. CNET's David Carnoy helps us out as well.