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Microsoft updates IE again, Google Latitude hits the iPhone as a Web app, and Android 2.0 is code-named Donut.
Barnes & Noble unveils a black-and-white, touch-capable Nook e-reader, Apple finally responds with a fix for MacDefender malware, and Microsoft shows off the next version of Windows Phone 7 code-named Mango.
Apple accuses Samsung of grand theft icon in the latest courtroom spat, NASA prepares for Curiosity rover's next move, and eBay tests same-day delivery.
Amazon announced same-day delivery for certain areas today, although we're not sure if you can buy wines by the glass. We also cover the BlackBerry Storm and Motorola Cliq announcements. Guess which one we like better? And the Danger Sidekick tale continues.
This week we investigate the logic behind the rumor that Google is trying to invade the bike messenger's turf with a new "same-day" delivery service. Wait, what does that have to do with Google? Also, Scott Forstall probably has bad manners, and Nokia might, too.
Shipping dates for iPhone 5 and Lightning adapters are pushed back, not all carriers offer the same iPhone experience, and California will start collecting sales tax from Amazon.
Today we have an iPhone sighting out in the wild! It's so close, we can almost taste it.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Jose, Calif., ZDNet's Patrick Houston sees Intel's upcoming mobile media processor code-named Bulverde in action.
The next iPhone may not have the same connector dock, LG's TVs are getting appy, and Bridget asks, "What's in a tech name?" Clearly not vowels.
We have special guest Damian Koh from CNET Asia joining us on today's show. He answers our questions about the cell phone market in Asia, and surprisingly, he tells us he actually envies us for the phones that are only available in the U.S. We also discuss the Motorola Droid, Verizon's AT&T-bashing ads, Samsung's Bada, and more.