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T-Mobile and Sprint get new Android phones, Time restricts its free online content, and YouTube launches Leanback for viewing videos on your TV.
Well-designed and easy to use, Google's free YouTube for Mobile streams YouTube videos to your Windows Mobile and Nokia Series 60 phone.
In response to a request from an attendee at Microsoft's Mix '08 developer conference in Las Vegas, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer reprises his developer dance, this time touting 'Web Developers, Web developers.' (Thanks to Austrian tech journalist Georg Hozer for allowing us to post his video of Ballmer.)
Stop waiting for Roku to launch an official YouTube channel and use this workaround to start streaming YouTube videos on your Roku today.
Apple is looking at wireless charging for the next-gen iPhone; we'll sift through the fact and fiction of the iPad HD; and the AppleByte sets its own Guinness World Record.
We check out Microsoft's new application storefront, Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
Microsoft has been ordered to stop selling Word, we have tentative pricing and a release date for the HD Zune, and your kids may be turning to YouTube for sex ed.
Everybody dance now! Or, you know, do any other type of workout that appeals to you, though dancing definitely wouldn't be a stretch with Sony's latest W-Series Walkman. This week, Jasmine and Donald discuss the usefulness of this sweat-resistant MP3 player-cum-headphones as well as the expeditious availability of the new 64GB Zune. Also, join us for a brief rant about the first two phones set to run the Zune music player software.
Netflix brings subtitles to Watch Instantly, Gmail lets you drag and drop attachments, and here's the video with the most views ever on YouTube.
Mates of State is the husband/wife duo of Kori Gardner (organ, vox) and Jason Hammel (drums, vox). They quit their day jobs (teacher and cancer researcher) in 2001, got married, and hit the road bringing their love to the rest of the world. The Mates have released three full lengths, "My Solo Project," "Our Constant Concern," and "Team Boo," as well as numerous singles and EPs, most recently last year's "All Day" EP. Mates of State has been described by critics as "unabashed joy," "honesty at its best," a "two piece with balls," and "a band that you must see live." Their first record was listed in the "New York Times" as one of the best records you probably didn't hear in 2000. Their live show has amassed a reputation worldwide as a uniquely joyous experience--capacity crowds smiling, dancing, and singing along with every word. Mates of State's unique, often complex and always catchy pop gems defy genre boundaries. Though a duo, they never fail to generate an abundance of melody and harmony via monster, bass-heavy organ, creative drumming, and alternately lushly layered and playfully dueling vocals.