Ep. 1088: Where we get the short end of the shtick Video
On today's show, the sad news that even those of you who are grandfathered in to AT&T's unlimited plans will be subject to throttling. sorry. Also, Adobe tries to future-proof itself with a new HTML5 Web animation tool, the darknet is not your mom's social network, and RIM doesn't make pizzas.
Tom, Veronica, and Jason field questions from the chatroom. Sprinkled throughout are a few fan favorite requests and a telethon for Veronica.
Show topics include a Joseph Kaminski from Digital City fills in for Jeff in the wake of last night's snowbotomy. Today we chat about the PSP2, dining with a social network, and Joey shares his tips on how to segue from an online chat to in-person meetup- it's harder than you think!
The LG F7200 is a good first attempt by Cingular at a PTT phone. Its funky design is great, although we weren't too wild about the button layout. Despite the lack of features, call quality is solid.
As if it weren't cute enough already, the Audi A4 Cabrio just bowed in cabriolet form at the Frankfurt Auto Show. Brian Cooley checks out Audi's claim to have built the ultimate all-season car.
Accidentally closed a tab you weren't done with? Need to relaunch a tab you closed hours ago? Try Sexy Undo Close Tab. Veronica shows you how it works on today's Tekzilla Daily.
Twitter reports that football fans sent roughly 10,000 Tweets in the final three minutes of last night's game, but that wasn't enough to overthrow the all time record for tweets-per-second. Guess which film roped in 25,088 tweets per second last December? Hint: it wasn't made in America.
Jill Schlesinger carefully explains Bitcoin to The 404 guys so that their brains do not explode.
If you didn't see Shaun White destroying the competition at the Men's Olympic Halfpipe Finals in Vancouver last night, check out the video and prepare for a face melt, and don't forget to watch our interview with the man himself! And there's even more good news: it's Thursday, which means Natali Del Conte is on today's show! We start off the show with a quick news recap from the Olympic games, then NDC tells us about last night's interview with Justin Timberlake.
Though we weren't impressed by its design, the Motorola V180 is a quality, basic cell phone.