Ep. 1209: Where we chalk it up to cosmic coincidence Video
At CES 2012, Sharon Vaknin gets up close and personal with Sony's newest LED TV and its 6 million lights across the screen.
March 2, 2007: Crash test dummies, CompUSA closures, cheaper Blu-ray, RIAA targets college students, scary teen drivers and a singing toothbrush.
Here we go again. This week, a special pre-iPhone episode that we'll hate ourselves for in the morning.
The HTC Droid Incredible is available for pre-order, and no lie, we drooled a little bit over it. We also uncover the Google conspiracy to rid the world of http://. But the weirdest of all was our discussion of the dramatic weekend rumor mill involving the purported iPhone 4G found on a bar in either San Jose or Redwood City. Or maybe it's a fake.
The Asteroid by Parrot is the world's first Internet-connected, Android-powered car stereo, but is point a pro or a con?
Cooley needs a cigarette after a personal moment related to the wonder of band printers and the glory of dot-matrix. Who knew? We also have a good long talk about how soon physical papers will disappear and teach Rafe all about the Konami Code.
The RIM BlackBerry 8820 one-ups the BlackBerry 8830 and offers T-Mobile business customers a well-connected smartphone with the addition of Wi-Fi
If you find that your employees are goofing off watching porn at work instead of working, does it make logical sense that you should get rid of the porn, or the employee? Exactly. Of course, the government doesn't see it that way, but they're the ones who encoded their like, 900-word mission statement into the U.S. CyberCommand shield. Sigh.
At CES 2012, Sharon Vaknin takes a first look at Samsung's super sleek and thin 55-inch OLED.
At CES 2012, Sharon Vaknin checks out the DA-E750 a sleek wood audio dock from Samsung.