Ep. 1213: No iPad for you! Video
Sweet, sweet gadget love.
On this week's show, a moment of silence for Dennis Ritchie, the father of the C programming language and co-creator of Unix. Another moment of silence for RIM, and the three-day silence of BlackBerry's email servers. Come ON, RIM. Keep it together! Also, Galaxy Nexus announcement coming Oct. 27? And Facebook wants to own your data for serious--like "it's a trade secret now" serious.
Apparently, Australian border guards can now search your laptops for porn when you enter the country. Um. OK. As a protest, we suggest everyone flying there just declare that they have porn. Why not? Also, tons of news coming from Google I/O, including the very interesting Google TV and the latest on Android 2.2. Let the waiting begin.
Brian Cooley demonstrates how to select the right components for your ultimate home-theater system.
Sphere's Law of Recurring Subject Matter argues that, given enough time, all conversations with Steve Guttenberg will inevitably become audiocentric. As usual, The Audiophiliac brings a ransom list of talking points today, including Spotify robbing musicians, Benford's law, Say Yes to the Dress, and a Monoprice controversy.
Itching to exit your contract early? Chances are slim you'll duck out before paying a penalty, but here are tips to help you weigh your options.
Is your desktop scattered with miscellaneous files and folders? DropIt will sort them for you and put the right files away in the right folders. Veronica shows you how it works on today's Tekzilla Daily.
No kid wants to be the one that blends into a crowd. That's why it's important to start young when setting your children up for a lifetime filled with the nostalgic irony that comes with being tragically hip. Of course, they may not like you when they grow older, but that's fashionable too, right?
Are you trying to justify why you're not bothering with Apple's iPad? Here are five reasons why you're right.
From configuring your PC to choosing the right accessories, Sharon Vaknin shows you what you need to turn your PC into the ultimate TV companion.