Ep. 926: Where Siri ratted us out Video
Amazon gives in to the Authors Guild over the Kindle's text-to-speech feature, Skype has a new option for cheap overseas calls, and how a cell phone ends up in a bag of chips or a fish's belly.
Bert and Ernie hit the Internet, an unofficial launch date for the BlackBerry Storm, and how NOT to get tickets to Barack Obama's inauguration.
Even more iPhone Verizon rumors, the upcoming Droid 2, and the BlackBerry Torch. Catch the cell phone stories, launches, and reviews in this week's episode.
This week on Crave, The Count counts YouTube views. The DRM chair self destructs after eight sittings, and sex up your iPhone with Sexy Smarty Pants.
Microsoft unveils the second generation of the Surface tablets along with new keyboard covers and a docking station. Meanwhile, BlackBerry plans to go private, and Apple breaks sales records on iPhone weekend.
"60 Minutes" looks at how the poker sleuths were able to catch a cheater.
In the latest Apple byte, we go hands-on with the new iPhone OS 3.0 software; we find goodies Apple didn't talk about; and we hit the streets to get your reactions.
FCC pushes cell phone carriers to stop "bill shock," T-Mobile institutes new data caps, and Skype 5.0 adds Facebook integration and group video chatting.
The iPhone is definitely a high end phone, but what does a $190,000 iPhone look like? Natali Del Conte takes a diamond encrusted iPhone on the streets of New York, and shockingly doesn't get mugged.
Viewers submitted their favorite apps for BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Nokia and iPhone.