Buzz Report: Steve Jobs ain't large with the ladies Video
A button bright pop country offering to prove that this young lady can compete on the international country music scene. A fine debut album from this very talented young lady. Beautiful, sweet, strong, sensitive singing from Debbie who puts her heart and soul into the songs.
The intrepid Buzz Report crew brings you the *real* highlights from CES 2008, including what might be the best Gadget of the Week ever.
The 404 crew has found a sweet little old lady from New York on Twitter who's got a lot to say.
Paramount is dropping sounds out of your movies, Canadian customs guards might be rifling through your laptop for ripped CDs, and aliens are real. See, now, it sounds like today's show is all made-up stories, but the first two things are true, and the last one is ... well, I don't know, I guess it might be true. There's a guy in Denver who says he's got a video. YouTube it!
Sweet, sweet gadget love.
The iHome iH15 may not sound all that great or have much in the way of features, but its capability to change colors and set a mood in a darkened room is a unique and appealing trait.
This week, Steve Jobs and Rob Glaser get into it, cage-match style; some fool sues Microsoft over the Xbox; and Sony screws up. Again. I know--yawn.
The Buzz is in a fightin' mood this week, starting beefs left and right. Hint: Look out, Yahoo.
The Incase Sonic headphones are a standout first effort for Incase. Their elongated earcups and memory foam lend a supremely comfortable fit, and the powerful titanium drivers inside add sweetness to their sound that earns them a universal recommendation for all types of music fans.
We know everybody hates a clip show, but that's just because everybody hasn't seen THIS clip show. Stroll through memory lane, and get ready for a buzzy 2007!