Ep. 937: All's fair in love and Twitter Video
Every generation blames the one before so I decided it was high time to blame the generations that come after. It's all their fault, apathetic b@$#^)&s! If your forefathers hadn't invented electricity we'd all be using the internet by candle light. The mp3 of this song is available for immediate download from buckberry.com
Jennifer Aniston stars in this drama about three married women, their husbands, and their lone single friend.
Audi hadn't really 'done' a supercar before the R8. Its first attempt was pretty awesome.
Facebook and Twitter explore new ways to shop on social media, Apple's CEO thinks OLED is awful, and a new app wants to be Twitter for voice messages.
The only thing worse than a hangover is finding out that you drunkenly e-mailed someone you really wish you hadn't. Google to the rescue!
Charles Renert says the answer might surprise you. The bad guys couldn't spread the worms if the good guys hadn't first found the vulnerabilities and created the break-in code.
Flash for Android is released, AT&T's love/hate robot relationship, and a new slate of Motorola Droid offerings. Plus voice navigation tips, and a review of Google Voice. All that and more on this week's edition of the Android Atlas Weekly.
How much do we have to pay you to buy an electric car? The headlights that can buy you 6 MPG. And you might actually get your Nissan Leaf before you die. Plus we drive the Scion tC.
We're stealing lines from "Love, Actually" today, because Natali can quote it by heart when it's super a propos to a guy very disturbingly embedding a camera in the back of his own head. Ew. But hey, it's art! Also, Twitter says it's not suppressing Wikileaks as a trending topic--although it's a trending topic in our show. And AT&T is the worst carrier in America, says Consumer Reports. Hey, at least we didn't say it this time. --Molly