Ep. 1127: Microsoft and EU browser roulette begins Video
Google Glass makes it to NY Fashion Week, The Fifth Element inspires cockroaches to rescue humans, and mythbusting the old "remote under the chin" trick.
Bundles of deals from Best Buy; how the Nook differs from the Kindle and Sony Reader; and a 14-inch laptop for less than $400? Yep, only here.
Microsoft patents Legal Intercept for Skype which allow users to listen in on private Skype conversations. This does not sound good as our privacy on the internet becomes less and less private. Google's social media site Google Plus begins with little fan fair hoping to cause a mass migration from Facebook. And a clever Foursquare hack turns New York City Into a giant game of Risk!
Dell offers a slim, attractive 13-inch Intel Core i5 laptop for under $700.
Dan Ackerman helps you choose between a laptop and a desktop.
Good design and some really nice-sounding speakers round out the Toshiba Satellite A505-S6980, a very affordable mainstream laptop with excellent battery life for its size.
One of the first laptops to use Intel's new 'ultrabook' designation is this slim 13-inch from Lenovo.
The Edifier MP300 Plus speakers are reasonably priced and offer good sound quality, although they are designed to be used with a laptop for close-range listening.
The Sanyo SCP-8400 doesn't have many features that make it stand out from other phones, but having different covers available to choose from is a nice feature.
Apple boasts of faster laptops for less money.