Buzz Report: What on Google Earth are they thinking? Video
On today's show, we visit the horror that is the We Dare game for Wii (really!? REALLY!?), celebrate the expected disappearance of content spam from Google search results, and geek out on the details of Thunderbolt. Plus, bigger ads on HuffPo that might not be a bad thing, the Xoom rooted in two hours flat, and Computer Love! --Molly
This week on the Buzz Report, the surprise must-have phone of the season, Yahoo's sinking ship, and greedy half-naked 20-somethings.
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.
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.
This week on the Buzz Report, what do you do when people just won't listen to reason? Oh, wait. That's normal.
The sexiest phone on earth, the MicroHoo breakup, repelling sharks once and for all, and Brian Cooley, this week on the Buzz Report.
Google's Android alliance is falling apart, and Molly thinks she knows why: something about children, mean parents, and monkeys.
The intrepid Buzz Report crew brings you the *real* highlights from CES 2008, including what might be the best Gadget of the Week ever.
Plus what car Tom drives and why he's bad on Buzz Report.
This week, we're talking robots, exploding rocket ships, and what happens when the star of many violent movies suddenly has to 'think of the children!'