Ep. 783: Where we don't kill the text messenger Video
On today's show, how future generations will know all too well where they were conceived, thanks to Facebook Places--and yes, it's opt-out and lets your friends check you in, but somehow, I can still find a way to love it. Plus, Intel buys McAfee, Verizon's bringing TV to your iPad (in bed), and Windows 7 is killing it!
Want to text your friends but don't have a messaging plan? Google to the rescue!
You can make calls, send text messages, and even have video chats in Windows Live Messenger.
Google may be testing a mobile payment option in San Francisco and New York, Twitter lets you make your account more secure using HTTPS, and Netflix may be bidding for an original TV production from David Fincher.
We didn't think it would take this long, but somebody finally exploited the iPhone 4S to catch a cheater using the new Find My Friend app on iOS 5. In that same vein, today we're chatting about our favorite tech pranks along with the latest news headlines that include Blackberry freebies, iPhone record breaking, cell phone bill shock, and a fishy story out of Sesame Street.
Veronica shows you how to spice up your desktop or play a prank on your friends with today's Tekzilla Daily Tip.
Step 4: Sending text messages on a phone without a keyboard can be time consuming. Find out how to shoot your friends messages from your cell phone sing your PC.
We're interrupting your dogmatic chat today to talk about T-Pain's Facebook tattoo, push-up underwear tech for men, and whether or not it makes sense for the average family to cut the cable TV cord.
Quickly relay messages to friends with a solution that turns your smartphone into a walkie-talkie, for those times when texts or phone calls just won't do.
Google's personal assistant app is available for Apple devices, chat apps overtake traditional text messages, and Square Register updates with new tools for restaurants.