Ep. 962: Listen Dutch boy sit down Video
We discuss a computer algorithm that can determine if photos are pretty or not. I guess hot or not is going out of business. We also look at the causes of the Google error and speculate on how Wolfram Alpha will be used.
Longtime friend of the show and former Editor at The Daily Peter Ha tells us what went wrong at the digital magazine. We'll also get his take on Gangnam Style profits and the pizza battle royale rages on.
Ever want see tons of visualizations and stats about your past Facebook posts? Veronica shows you how to see just that with Wolfram Alpha.
CNET's Brian Cooley looks at Interact-TV's Telly, a personal video recorder built on Linux that's attempting to take on Microsoft and TiVo in the media center battle.
We are almost done talking about the Pre and iPhone, but not quite. We do talk about the Nokia N91 and Qik streaming on all Nokia phones. Twitter may be dead or at least hibernating. Wolfram Alpha gets a little smarter, the iPhone knows if you're going to get sick, plus some E3 roundup news. Also, a new inflatable tube could send you to space and the Pleo is not extinct after all.
CNET's Rafe Needleman gets a look at the eagerly anticipated new computational search engine, Wolfram Alpha. Is it a Google killer? No, but it has the potential to change the way we view at data on the Web.
Napster relaunches for $5 per month, we discuss rumors about a Zune/Xbox hybrid, and Wolfram Alpha launches. We dare you to say that name 10 times quickly.
Looking for a new way to generate random passwords? Rajat writes in with a great suggestion: use Wolfram Alpha! The site even generates mnemonic devices to help you remember the password.
CNET's Brian Cooley looks at a new antispam product for enterprise users that involves a combination of both black and white listing techniques in the battle against spam.