Sex.com does not sell Video
Target starts a coupon program for mobile phones, Google launches a fancy new RSS reader, and Sex.com is up for grabs.
Natali Del Conte is back from a quick trip to Europe and will be on the show every Thursday to get down with the nerdy dirty. We're hoping that she'll also help us raise $1,000,000 for a bid on Sex.com. The domain has a rich history of ownership and even spurned a book based on its popularity.
Google will start selling e-books, Microsoft launches Spindex for your social networks, and what happens when you open source a robot.
Among the news of China picking a fight with the U.S. over Google, and Jammie Thomas getting her fine reduced, there's a goldmine idea for NASA. Gene wrote in to explain that instead of selling off the shuttles, they can just leave them parked at the space station. And we took it further with some suggestions of how and where to park them and what to do with them afterward.
It's a battle for bragging rights between the two sultans of social networking.
The war between China and Google rages on, the PlayStation 3 Motion Controller gets delayed, and Bill Gates is the newest, most popular Twitterer.
Nintendo and Sony rassle for the E3 spotlight, Windows 7's release date is confirmed, and China blocks social-networking sites.
Your next car WILL be connected...The Chrysler 300 gets a big change under the hood...Toyota eyes China with nervousness when it comes to electric cars...and we drive the latest Camry: Yeah, I know. But they sell a ton of 'em.
Google may be planning its own version of Twitter, Madden NFL is coming to Facebook, and a new social network lets you create the next big thing in doughnuts.
We have a lot of Google news today, including why the company is coming to blows with China. Plus, how to communicate with the future via text message.