Ep. 1188: A bunker and chains...for your iPad Video
We're back in the bunker, everyone, talking the Japan crisis and its effect on tech supply chains. Plus, bid on the SXSW iPad 2, or if you don't have that kind of cheddar, buy Street Fightr and Sonic for iPhone and the proceeds go to charity. Obama's IP czar wants to make unauthorized streaming a felony, and Netflix throws down in a big way for original content. Plus, Microsoft hits it out of the park with IE9. I know, right? Who'da thunk? --Molly
On today's show, "worms from hell" a mile or more underground. We get a look at Windows 8 and we dig it, a lot. Google says a Chinese hacker got into hundreds of Gmail accounts, which China (not surprisingly) denies. Plus, Molly gets a new boyfriend to take to the bunker (which gets grilled cheese sandwiches in addition to its chicken and Gaga), and we get schooled on matters of space shuttle transportation.
It's Valentine's Day, everyone, so we've got a special edition of Computer Love with special guest Dr. Wendy Walsh dishing out the love 2.0 advice. Also, in the tech news, the worst-kept secret in the tech world is unveiled in Barcelona: the PlayStation Phone. Plus, 10-inch tablets creep out of the woodwork to take on the iPad -- finally -- and will an iPhone Nano make an appearance? --Molly
Molly's back with some hot dish on Windows Vista ... if you can stay awake for it. Plus, Verizon gets busted, and they fold like a house of cards.
You might see Netflix on your iPhone very soon, Chuck Norris is my hero, and we dish out three Bad Apples.
Windows 8 goes on sale, the first iPad Mini shipments are delayed, and it's time to prep your tech for Hurricane Sandy.
Well-designed and easy to use, Google's free YouTube for Mobile streams YouTube videos to your Windows Mobile and Nokia Series 60 phone.
Viacom may have found a smoking gun in their billion-dollar case against YouTube, but on the other hand, we speculate YouTube may have a smokinger gun. Also the FTC wants you disclose all that money you've been paid to blog about cleaning products. Or whatever. Even if you just posted on Facebook. You need to make yourself aware of these rules.
On Thursday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi and Dan Farber discuss the latest development in Viacom's copyright infringement lawsuit against YouTube and its parent company, Google. Editor in Chief Farber looks at whether YouTube users' privacy will be threatened as a result of a federal judge's ruling that Google must turn over user data.
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