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A new survey shows the messaging behavior of men and women on dating sites. And it leads Natali to the inevitable conclusion that you shouldn't date dorks. We also talk over the WikiLeaks pager data from the 9/11 events. And BlackBerry gets an eBay app Why is this such big news?
Bert and Ernie hit the Internet, an unofficial launch date for the BlackBerry Storm, and how NOT to get tickets to Barack Obama's inauguration.
Will the iPhone 3G be able to weather the Storm? BlackBerry takes on the iPhone 3G with its first touch-screen phone.
This week in rumor land, we wonder if Amazon is feeling the heat from Google's Nexus 7. Also, is Kinect coming to the car? Could BlackBerry out-pixel the iPhone's Retina Display?
Molly and I go off on the Net neutrality debate, not so much about what the meaning of it is, but why you shouldn't use lies to defend your position. We also discuss the attractiveness of the Nook from Barnes and Noble and Molly and Rafe have a BlackBerry fight. About the phones. Not the fruit.
Two free software apps let you read books on the go on iPhone, iPod Touch, BlackBerry, and more.
BlackBerry to help police probe Messenger looting "role"' in U.K. riots; Chinese smugglers use epic zip-line to transport iPads and iPhones; and power companies prepare as solar storms set to hit Earth.
Even more iPhone Verizon rumors, the upcoming Droid 2, and the BlackBerry Torch. Catch the cell phone stories, launches, and reviews in this week's episode.
BlackBerry's new slim design and pearl-like control will be sure to justify the buzz this phone has gotten.
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