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The Conficker worm watch begins, IBM launches a social network, and Opera launches facial browser control...or does it?
The newest version of Opera's browser for Windows Mobile phones inches closer to the desktop-browsing experience with a spruced-up UI and more powerful features.
CNET's Robert Vamosi looks at the newest version of the browser from Opera.
Opera finally releases a beta version of its new browser for Android smartphones
While every woman on Earth universally thinks the name iPad is stupid, Fujitsu still wants to own it. We'll tell you about the Fujitsu iPad which has existed since 2002 and why Apple thinks they can still own the name anyway. We also look at the MSI tablet which may be much better than iPad. But will you buy it? And we hear from a man who is drunk and frozen in Maine.
Spyware Doctor is a spyware remover that provides real-time protection against spyware, adware, Trojan horses, keyloggers, spyware cookies, adbots, spybots, browser hijackers, phishing attacks, and other malware threats.
We'll showcase the speed and features of the Opera Mini Browser for iPhone.
Board games go full Inception on today's show with Hasbro and Zynga teaming up to announce IRL board game versions of the popular digital games they created...that are actually based on the original games. Confused? We'll explain it on today's show, and also tell you about Will.i.am and Simon Cowell's latest gameshow idea, the Ninja Turtles' new catch phrase, and much more.
Germany says nein! to Facebook spamming non-Facebook users. Also, Amazon gets a patent on the Barnes & Noble Nook dual-screen concept, and Netflix begins closing the window on when new movies are available for streaming.