Loaded: Apple tops Wal-mart Video
Text messages may help fight AIDS in Africa, Wal-Mart is selling the G1 and digital downloads on the cheap, and Gene Simmons of Kiss has his own Guitar Hero instrument.
Get your $97 iPhone 3GS at Wal-Mart while you can. The new one is just around the corner, and you'll probably find a prototype lying on a park bench anyway. Plus: Facebook's privacy changes explained.
Facebook wants you to come to terms with your gender. Canadians are protesting the iPhone rate plan from Rogers Communications. Plus, the Loaded crew heads to the Hard Rock Cafe to see Aerosmith at the launch of its Guitar Hero game.
Congress is focused on more than just the economy: an Internet-radio bill passes the House. Plus, iTunes becomes more accessible for the blind, and Wal-Mart ditches DRM music.
Dan Ackerman offers up his top picks for bargain laptops from Amazon and Wal-Mart. And Best Buy calls in with a Sony TV bundle deal that has Molly drooling.
Device IDs for millions of Apple users have been found by hackers on an FBI laptop, Wal-Mart tests iPhone payments, and Bad Piggies gives Angry Birds a new headache.
This week on the Green Show, the "Renew America Roadtrip" kicks off in New York City, Wal-Mart implements green labeling, and find out what it costs to power a heavy-duty gaming PC.
'Guitar Hero' tournaments invade Apple stores.
Bad news folks, TWITTER IS DOWN! Today, we report on the subsequent worldwide meltdown in addition to stories about Wal-Mart BlackBerries, the fall of gaming magazines, and more submissions for the "Choose Justin's new glasses" competition!
In this footage from the days after Katrina, a Wal-Mart is getting cleaned out by looters...some of whom are cops.