Buzz Report: The state of the MMORPG Video
YouTube tries to spice down its image by removing even partial nudity and adding a symphony contest. Good luck with that!
A human Tetris piece, Microsoft making a mess, and a Special K surprise--all on this week's Buzz Report.
This week in Buzz, a little company called Google kicked down a cool $1.6 billion for previously unknown YouTube. You crazy kids, you.
On today's show, special guest Thomas Dolby drops in to talk with us about the state of the music industry and digital distribution, his new album, and the amazing sounding MMORPG that goes along with it. We're pretty overwhelmed by his brilliance. But we recover a bit for tech news, like Hulu's 1 million paid users (and imminent death), and whether the Droid Bionic can catch up to the Atrix 4G.
Get some Vudu in your life, watch Justin get tossed on the street, and tell the world about your guilty YouTube pleasures. It's that crafty Buzz!
Emphasis on 'almost.' After foolishly insisting on a four-million-unit, worldwide launch of the PS3, Sony looks even more foolish now that it's admitted it can't make it. D'oh.
Vista's descent is complete with one internal Microsoft video. Also, Blockbuster + Circuit City and special correspondent Brian Cooley.
This week on the Buzz Report, a PSP epic, the latest from Google, and a soggy, wet, iBook mess.
Finally, budding Internet stars have a site that can catapult them to fame. No, it's not YouTube. No, seriously. It's not.
What's more exciting than a mystery Apple announcement? Well, not the products the company announced--that and more in this week's Buzz Report.