Ep. 1112: Where we put a spell on you Video
Microsoft is apparently willing to pay Rupert Murdoch to block Google from indexing any of his Web sites. Are we headed toward a world where the search engine you use determines what news you get? Probably not. We explain why Murdoch may be thinking in an old fashioned limited way rather than in the current infinite Internet way. We also declare the patent office baroque. And ask it to lose weight.
Best Buy's CEO steps down, cell carriers join forces to fight crime, and Instagram fans threaten to quit after Facebook's $1 billion acquisition.
Desert Girl - I am lost in a desert with no food, no water, completely disoriented. The night comes down and I keep walking until I fall to the ground almost dead. A windstorm follows and from the clouds a girl that resembles a goddess comes down and casts a spell on me. The desert becomes a green garden with waterfalls and trees. I wake up listening to her song. We fall in love but then I realize I have to go because the spell will fade away in air soon. The scene moves to the ocean where I disappear for a distant land.
Our special guests on today's show are Ariel and Bridget, two NY transplants that got their first taste of snow in yesterday's Nor'easter storm. Bridget brings the Apple iPad Mini and a cup of Starbucks cofffe for show and tell today, ordered with some trouble using Square Wallet. We'll also explore two new generators--one that produces energy through fire, and another powered by urine. Which solution makes more sense for the next storm? Tune in to hear more...
HTC might have a Mini up its sleeve, and so might Samsung. Also, Facebook invited everyone to a supersecret event on Thursday, where it might unleash a Vine competitor.
Tablet gaming is about to take an evolutionary leap. Bridget Carey chats with CNET senior editor Scott Stein on the best iPad games and where the industry is heading.
Facebook has a new design with more feeds to scroll through. Bridget Carey explains the quirks you'll come across in the update.
Bridget Carey quickly breaks down Apple's WWDC event, the top games from E3 2012, and what Facebook's App Center is really about.
At the E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles, Microsoft's David Hufford talks to correspondent Melissa Francis about the company's new Xbox Live online service.
Watching The Procussions career is a lot like watching a movie where the underdog beats all obstacles and comes out twice as strong; proving that it's all about passion and integrity. Hailing from Colorado Springs, Colorado, is it any wonder why The Procussions show leaves crowds completely blown away by their heart pounding performances and the smell of sweaty t-shirts as newly-won-over fans flood their merchandise booth? Of course not, The Procussions got something to prove! With their message of unconditional love, their undying hunger to knock down musical stereotypes, and their obvious conviction to be 100% themselves, the listener can clearly see as well as hear where The Procussions priorities lie. Now living in Los Angeles and frequently traveling the world, Mr. J Medeiros, Rez, and Stro have made it a point to remain close to who they were when they started in 1998. They are a group from a small town with a big voice and an even bigger heart. This is conveyed seamlessly in their unique sound and intense focus on the "drum". Staying close to their name, The Procussions believe that the "percussion" is the heart of Hip Hop; its defining quality and driving force. There is no question after hearing and watching these three very different people come together with the same passion, that Hip Hop history is being made. The future for the "genre" is wide-open as groups like The Procussions re-write the rules.