Ep. 528: Where we leap back into...Y2K...10? Video
The first U.S. phone to offer a 1.3-megapixel camera is set for release by Sony Ericsson in time for the holidays. CNET Editor in Chief Patrick Houston asks Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications' Suzanne Cross if the S710a's improved camera functionality comes at the expense of phone quality.
Facebook rolls out the Send button and Facebook Deals, Yahoo buys IntoNow, and the Sony Tablet will run Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" and have access to PlayStation content.
Sony Ericsson announces its Android offering, AT&T sues Verizon over the "There's a map for that" ads, and a new IVR alarm clock will drive you bonkers every morning.
There's a little panic over the fact that Bing's marketshare dropped last month, but you have to remember folks, Bing is young. Rafe puts it in perspective for us. Also Kindle gets a price cut and goes worldwide, yo. That's big. What is also big is the keylogger network that's hijacking everyone's web mail accounts. We can help you out with that a bit.
Comcast and TiVo's long-running negotiations (think five years, people) to bring TiVo software to Comcast's set-top boxes is now officially dead. As are TiVo's hopes, as far as we're concerned. Also, CNET may have tipped off Sony to yet another planned attack this weekend, and good news! They stopped it! Bad news: PSN and Qriocity may not be fully operational until May 31. Also, a civil war seems to be brewing over at Anonymous, and you can't pay attention because you have too much brain. --Molly
Specs for the BlackBerry 10 L-Series smartphone appear to have leaked out, a Sony executive hints at the PlayStation 4, and Best Buy makes a deal with Leap Motion.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at the newly released version of the Sony Vaio W500, which features TV, personal video recording and stereo functions along with a 17-inch display all in one unit.
We can't remember the last time it snowed on Halloween weekend, but the cold weather kept all but one of us from dressing up today. Tune in to see who conjured up the spirits of Halloween!
Everyone goes gaga over a new Sony Cyber-shot, and Molly gets angry at a caller.
Can't seem to copy and paste that Windows error message to send to IT? Fear not! Patrick has a simple trick to get that cryptic message from your screen to tech support in no time flat.