Ep.1311 : Facebook's not building a phone, or is it? Video
Ep.1311 : Facebook's not building a phone, or is it? Video Transcript
Google TV uncovers an update, something is sucking the life from the iPhone 4S, and evil robots cannot be stopped by Captcha...or at least some of them.
Check out the competition from Legoland's Model Builder Search Finals in Carlsbad, Calif. Twenty-three finalists from around the country got two hours to build what they thought would be a great addition to the park. CNET News.com's Daniel Terdiman was on hand to talk with the winner, Jason Poland.
We all really hope this isn't our last show ever, but if it is, we can apparently join a bunch of other Facebook hoodlum types and go loot the Apple store. Or, as one caller brilliantly renames them, the Apple Chapel. Also, sad news from China's Foxconn Plant, Comcast continues its parade of breathtakingly evil activities, and nothing's wrong with Georgia on Computer Love. --Molly
We've heard stories about 3D printers being used for both good and evil, but we're not sure how to categorize a company in Japan offering pregnant women a 3D-printed model of their unborn fetuses. Gross. Other stories on today's podcast include a crowdsourced funding site for porn, Amazon accidentally shipping assault rifles, and a sealed first-gen iPhone hitting eBay for $10,000.
The Solar Decathlon, in which 20 universities build a solar-powered home, is a showcase for energy-efficient and solar technologies--some of which are available now, while others are invented for the event. Andy Karsner, the U.S. assistant secretary for energy efficiency and renewable energy, says the competition is a way to educate both students competing in the event and the general public who can see the modular houses on the National Mall in Washington.
Who to call when your phone breaks down, Android integration in HP printers, and a whole slew of tablet news. Plus, a Car Dock replacement app and Senior Editor of Androidguys.com Scott Webster covers some key features of the new Gmail update.
A phone with the soul of a tablet, Google TV a flop?, and our required App list, All that and more on this week's edition of Android Atlas Weekly for Thursday, December 2nd, 2010. Join Justin Eckhouse along side Senior Associate Editor, Nicole Lee!
Facebook's official Android app is clunky and basic compared with Facebook on other mobile phones.
The Samsung SCH-V770 is a 7-megapixel camera phone that looks like a camera on one side and a cell phone on the other side.
The colorful Lumia Windows phones put a twist on photos, the FBI denies AntiSec's hacking claims, and be sure to brush up on your Gangnam Style dance moves.