Segways for real men Video
Segways for real men Video Transcript
Welcome to the Buzz Report I'm Brian Cooley in for Molly Wood who's recovering from about of nausea after wearing -- 3-D glasses to an -- exhibit. Think about it. First the gadget of the week. The gadget of the week. Is -- bad acts the DTV. Shredder. Sort of a segue for guys who don't have a congenital condition would deprive them of testosterone. It's a dual track 200 CC gas engine thirty mile per hour all terrain extension of your bad self. That get this -- even be configured with a machine gun. If you're -- government. Canadian maker BP G had just started taking pre orders for 250 bucks now that's just for a place in line. No word about the -- actually costs. But when you're at some tech conference and you roll out there one of these to a bunch of developers. Shirts and one of avoids on the spot it's worth whatever -- cost. Avenues. No sooner do we in the tech media get done teaching Internet users all over the world not to click on links in emails or open attachments from folks who don't know. Or send that gentleman and Nigeria a bank draft. -- we now have to tell them don't touch your mouse. That's all Twitter users had to do this week to get stung by a -- but rather alarming Twitter exploit. Here's a look at what was happening as compiled by the folks over at saw those anti virus. You really -- over one of these Rogue tweaks and got sent to a different Twitter page or mouse over this kind of odd blacked out sort of -- Think -- sent to another website. -- mouse over another kind of tweak and all of a sudden your meeting the nice lady with the ample cleavage. Twitter closed the hole -- about an hour or so and nobody lost their identity -- their bank balance but. The fact that you came that close to possibly between some freaky Japanese -- It's not cool. New way to control your iPad this week the X wave biofeedback. -- an app you put this thing on your head. Looks like you're about to make a Skype call but don't know the -- actually goes in front of your mouth. It hooks up via the Apple connector to an app on your iPad or other I OS device. They say you can then connect to your brain waves gauger concentration. Check your meditative state control your games and apps all. I think I just what I need an accessory for my iPad that makes you look like even more of a things apparently it had tense over at Nokia these days as they watch both -- they're role in the Smartphone is and several top exacts leave the building. So perhaps it's no shock that outgoing mobile boss there. And see -- yup he said no PO would not embrace the red hot Android OS because quote. It would be like ping and our pants to stay -- walk. Does what. And he meant that handset makers going to the Android platform. Are gaining only a temporary positive delta in their market share that will fade -- each of them find the common OS -- future efforts to differentiate themselves in the marketplace. But all I'm gonna remember is that the head of the largest cellphone division in the world said -- That's the Buzz Report I'm Brian Cooley in for Molly -- if -- ever see exactly.
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