Loaded: Google versus Microsoft Video
Windows Vista hasn't shipped yet, but Microsoft and the European Union are already caught up in a tussle over the antitrust impact of security technology in the OS.
Vista hasn't shipped yet, but Microsoft and the European Union are already caught up in a tussle over the antitrust impact of security technology in the OS.
This week, we go over some Super Bowl TV tips, including what to do if you're not going to be near a TV at all. Julie talks about developing new battery life tests, and Josh laments the decline of the compact point-and-shoot camera.
Remember your MySpace account? It may have been a while, but find out how to delete your MySpace account and keep spam down to a minimum.
Microsoft launches Streetside picture view for Bing Maps, Lady Gaga's gender is one of the year's top questions on Ask.com, and why you should not flirt with your doctor on Facebook.
MySpace has been sold to Specific Media for a whopping $35 million and Justin Timberlake is reported to be one of the investors. Can Justin bring the sexy back to MySpace? Google's Google+ social media site opens and closes the invites within one day, and Antuan Goodwin might be to blame. And Donald Bell joins us to give his two cents on the HP TouchPad. It's show 1501... Join us tomorrow as we go back in time for show 1500!
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.
Facebook launches single sign-on for mobile, Microsoft expects to sell 5 million Kinect units before the year is out, and MySpace gets a firm warning from the big chief, Rupert Murdoch.
At the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco, Google Senior Vice President Omid Kordestani tells host John Battelle that Google is sensitive to the fact that it is often compared to Microsoft for its growth and widening amibitions.
In part two of an interview with CNET's Neha Tiwari, Larry Magid, co-author of "MySpace Unraveled: What it is and how to use it safely," offers safety advice and addresses issues like parents snooping on their kids and why MySpace is the subject of so much criticism.