Ep. 1214: Where we stop shaking and start snooping Video
Natali Del Conte joins us in the studio to discuss really important issues such as boobquake day, cartoons, and violent video games. Oh, come on, we also discuss Google's failed attempts to reinvent the mobile phone sales paradigm, unfounded causal links between violent video games and sociopathic behavior, and the dangers of colonization. Good show, guys.
Both Microsoft and Apple put your data at gigantic risk, a bladeless fan arrives in October, and a remote starting your car sounds like a good idea...but really isn't. It's Buzz!
Outtakes from the post show of episode 1214.
During an April 6 presentation in Burlingame, Calif., Henning\r\nKagermann tells developers there's no need to buy other companies. SAP has plenty of ideas and a future of strong projected growth, he says.
The Internet can be a breeding ground for bad ideas, and today's show highlights a few of them, like naming your kid after a Facebook button, making a fatal planking error, and replacing McDonalds cashiers with robots. There's good news today too, though - Seth MacFarlane just got the green light to reboot The Flintstones television series!
Legislators vote on a bill to require charging state tax for online purchases, a leaked e-mail could provide clues on the next Xbox, and a new photo app channels your inner Snoop Dogg.
You've probably used these buttons to share pages or videos with others. But according to a Wall Street Journal report, they also tell Facebook and Twitter what other sites you've been to and tie those sites to your account name and your computer's Internet address--even if you never touch the buttons.
The lowest-rated CNET reviews of the year are products that probably sounded good idea on paper.
GameStop acquires the social-gaming site Kongregate, Amazon can suggest gift ideas for your Facebook friends, and Google may be working on a social network for gaming.
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.