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Sony lets you mix and match your laptop keyboard, mouse, and frame color; a bicycle lock messages you if someone is stealing your wheels; and the Facebook panic button may not be as effective as one would hope.
Aunt Jill joins us today to tell us what went wrong with the Facebook IPO and how a glitch and a change put the stock in a downward spiral.
We missed a show last week due to CTIA so we had a lot to discuss this week. And if the load of Android news from CTIA wasn't enough, Microsoft debuted its first load of Windows 7 devices at a big event in New York City two weeks ago.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: Windows Phone 7 handsets debuted and reviewed; Ina Fried sits down with Steve Ballmer; and how to download your Facebook data.
Microsoft's full Windows 8 tablet arrives in two weeks, Verizon releases iPhone sales numbers, and Facewash scrubs the filth from your Facebook profile.
If your phone has taken a swim, don't panic. Try these drying-out methods before buying a replacement.
The Buzz Crew feels like Facebook is losing its identity after adding the Subscribe button a day after Smart Lists. You guys really don't have to be like Twitter and Google+. Windows 8 embraces HTML5 in their Metro UI, while Flash takes another punch to the gut. And there's a reason why you don't tell Apple internal secrets. You'll be scared for the rest of your life. Just like Donald.
Get a load of Microsoft's new, free movie maker for Windows 7 and Vista.
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.
Google shuts down GOOG-411, Facebook announces Friendship Pages, and we get a look at a few marquee apps for Windows Phone 7.