Ep. 937: Where we shoot the Courier Video
On today's show, how Google biffed the Gmail app big-time, RIM is the saddest little wounded puppy you ever did see (and hear), and CNET News' Jay Greene joins us to talk about his two-part series on Microsoft killing the Courier tablet and what it means for the company's future. Plus, when the heck is the Galaxy Nexus coming? Seriously, now?
We're not real sure about the iRex reader, Microsoft's Courier is a lot of smoke, Palm gets told to sit down and be quiet about iTunes syncing, and a PlayStation 2 for you car. And finally, Brian imparts a valuable life lesson for everyone listening.
Steve Ballmer talks about Apple's niche, Zune's app potential, and what's up with that Courier tablet.
It's time for another 404 history lesson to round out the week! This one's all about the genesis of AOL chatrooms and how they shaped the way we interact on the Web today. We'll also chat about soccer's new ball-tracking technologies, hillbilly Alabamians shooting guns into the air for Independence Day, and British Airways Googling passengers in preflight!
Microsoft is working on a tablet PC called the Courier, Google gets under the hood of Internet Explorer, and how to use a mapping program on your cell phone to find a bathroom in the mall.
AT&T gets its first LTE smartphones this weekend, Google Reader is intergrated with Google Plus, and we learn more about the death of Microsoft's Courier project.
Happy Windows 7 Day everyone! Much to Wilson's chagrin, there is indeed another operating system out there, and the new version just came out today.
While the Apple Tablet is much more fashionable to hype, the Microsoft Courier turns out to be very hype-worthy. We also find out once again that Rafe knows where he works. And the US has relaxed its grip on the Internet. Good thing? Bad thing? Irrelevant thing? Or over hyped like an Apple tablet.
Financial Decoder Jill Schlesinger fills in for Jeff Bakalar on today's show and gives out valuable financial and teaches us an important lesson on Internet privacy.
CNET's newest TV Editor Ty Pendlebury joins us on today's episode for a short lesson in Australian holidays and colloquialisms! Today we're talking about another billionaire bitten by the space travel bug, even though Jeff seems hesitant to travel in outer space. We'll also bug Ty to tell us why the FCC doesn't care about ear drums, and he'll join us throughout the second half where we'll premiere a new geek speed-dating show on TLC.