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Amazon closes affiliates in North Carolina, a new service lets you trade stocks over Twitter, and rumors are swirling of a PlayStation Portable phone.
An official PlayStation app is set to launch soon on iPhone and Android, Hotmail lets you surf the Web inside your e-mail, and the Google Body Browser lets you float inside the human chassis.
Sony's latest acquisition could change PlayStation's future, Facebook may add a new word to express your feelings on a post, and get ready to sign up for a new social media site focused on news.
Sony posts blurry video of the PlayStation 4, Yahoo plans more ads for Tumblr, and rumors fly about a new MacBook Air model.
Facebook rolls out the Send button and Facebook Deals, Yahoo buys IntoNow, and the Sony Tablet will run Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" and have access to PlayStation content.
The makers of PlayOn, a useful media-streaming program for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, have a new iPhone version of the PlayOn app.
The PlayStation plays ball, baseball that is. Facebook launches Docs.com to compete with Google Docs. And it's Earth Day, so we show you how to recycle your electronics and decide that Kermit the Frog was wrong.
We're finally back in San Francisco and New York and boy are we glad. In this show, we recap CES, discuss the latest iPhone rumor, and have some wise words for Google about Android.
Apple rumors engulf technology news, Nintendo releases a new Wii controller, and the PlayStation 3 finally gets hacked.
The PlayStation phone surfaces, Chrome OS Netbooks are coming, and Toshiba launches a TV with battery backup.