Loaded: Stalking your ex online Video
Loaded: Stalking your ex online Video Transcript
>> Apple tries something new with Depeche Mode, Google gangs up on Microsoft in the EU. Your cell phone may replace your doctor and how to stop stalking your ex online. It's Wednesday, February 25, I'm Natali Del Conte and it's time to get Loaded. ^M00:00:14 [ Music ] ^M00:00:19
>> Apple is testing out a new feature called iTunes Pass with the modern rock band Depeche Mode. ^M00:00:26 [ Music ] ^M00:00:29
The next version of the iPhone OS will be unwrapped today, how to get your mom to stop stalking you on Facebook, and Intel shows off brain-scanning software that can pretty much read your mind.
Netflix may launch a disc-free streaming-only plan in the U.S., Facebook can block you from stalking your ex, and Apple announces new iLife, FaceTime for the Mac, and a new line of ultra-thin MacBook Airs.
China blocks YouTube again, MySpace gets in-browser instant messaging, and you can now stalk potential dates on your iPhone with the new Match.com app.
A rumored standalone Facebook app would broadcast your location to all your Facebook friends whether you are using it or not. Finally, stalking without all the hard work!
With the release of the uncompromising "Niggaz and White Girlz," labelmates Kirby Dominant and Chris Sinister unleash their thugged-out interpretation of '80s and new wave music featuring DJ Icewater. Kirb and Chris turn tracks from groups like The Cure, The Smiths, Depeche Mode, B-52s, U2, and Gary Numan into a non-stop soundtrack for New Wave Thuggin'.
Mozilla's "Collusion" extension is a great way to see which sites are tracking you and how different ad companies watch you across multiple sites. See your tangled web of stalking today.
AT&T and Google come to blows over Google Voice, Microsoft takes issue with Google Chrome, and your doctor may be making fun of you on Twitter.
Depeche Mode frontman David Gahan, Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew, and soulful British crooner Richard Hawley are the Download Music crew's picks this week on Crossfade TV.
A killer stalks a co-ed, poorly.
Wilson Tang is back in the house today, along with the lovely and ever-gracious Natali Del Conte. She's just come back from her vacation, and we find out how she stalked Tom Hanks from the film "Angels & Demons" (check out her Loaded piece this Thursday).