Buzz Report: She's baaaack Video
Molly takes the show on the road and reports from Vegas.
Buzz Report is taking matters into its own hands. Mark it: this is the day the Rickroll died at the hands of Molly Wood.
Sony, maker of the popular PlayStation gaming console, faces a class-action lawsuit for the way it handled a security breach that exposed millions of users' personal information last week. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
The EU is *this* close to approving cell phones on planes. Molly takes a look at the potential for disaster. Hint: There is a lot of potential for disaster.
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.
Here at Buzz Out Loud, we are shamelessly attempting to launch a meme, based on the awesome Twitter ramblings of a guy stoned off his gourd at the dentist. Quick, somebody make a Cafe Press shirt! Also, today's show is rant-central, between the news that They can take our laptops for as long as They want for no reason, Apple's killing of a short-lived iPhone tethering app, and the U.S. Congress' mandate that our nation's schools prop up our dying music industry. Good times.
From bad hair and bad jokes to good times had by all, the Buzz Report was a long, fun era of Web video-making. We take a comprehensive look back.
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.
Sure, that spy satellite didn't kill us all. But Molly didn't know that when she taped the Buzz Report, and she let a big cat out of the bag. Oops.
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.