Ep. 1176: Where where Brian admits he has a problem Video
Our buddy Peter Ha is back on the show to tell us what's new over at The Daily, Rupert Murdoch's iPad-only newspaper. Unfortunately, halfway through the show we find out that Macho Man Randy Savage passed away today, so RIP to one of our favorite WWF athlete. To get us back in good spirits for the rest of the episode, Jeff and Peter make a Twitter wager, and the loser has to...well, you'll have to listen to find out what's going to happen when Peter gets to 4,000.
Two days ago Rupert Murdoch announced "The Daily," News Corp.'s latest publication built for the iPad platform, and we've been waiting all week to get its tech Editor Peter Ha in the studio. Lucky for us, today is that day, but the show starts off with a bit of controversy. Tune in to hear Jeff's fumble!
Brian Tong takes a First Look at Sony's new 'wireless' digital camera.
Wilson's especially giddy today because Apple just released two new MacBook Airs and a pair of new Mac Minis that all feature a data port for high-speed Thunderbolt peripherals. On today's episode, we're also talking about Rupert Murdoch's pie in the face, a social network for Anonymous hackers called AnonPlus, and the proper way to teach your parents how to use modern technology.
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.
At CES 2010, Brian Tong takes a look at the Sony Reader Daily Edition with built-in wireless 3G.
Donald Bell and Antuan Goodwin stop by the studio for a very special episode of Boys Out Loud with your host Brian Tong. We discuss the future of Google Wallet and whether or not we will spend more money for higher quality apps for the Windows Phone. We also discuss Apples Malware evolution as well as the PayPal founders idea to pay high school grads not go to college and instead start their own tech companies. All this and much more on todays episode of BOL.
Natali's out and Jason and I are joined by Donald and Brian Tong making for a fun-filled episode where Tom says stupid guy things like touchdown line. But we do talk about the Windows 7 RC and Atom processors getting used in netbooks.
Microsoft's latest security measure involves telling everyone not to press F1. Well that's reasonable. If you read everything Microsoft says. Also the juiciest weirdest firing ever happens to the developers of the most successful video game ever.
It's all the good stuff from Crave. MP3 Editor Donald Bell drops by the studio with Brian Tong to talk about an outdoor speaker system that looks like a droid, a spy camera in a book, and sticky goo for your electronics. Plus, pitvertising? The idea sounds like it stinks!