Surface Pro launching February 9 Video
The flagship Windows Phone packs a 41-megapixel camera, popular apps arrive for Windows smartphones, and Microsoft hints about new features for Skype and the Surface tablet.
Microsoft unveils the second generation of the Surface tablets along with new keyboard covers and a docking station. Meanwhile, BlackBerry plans to go private, and Apple breaks sales records on iPhone weekend.
Need a tablet with full Windows 8 power? The compact Ativ Smart PC has your number.
Google's cheap laptops arrive at more stores, Microsoft offers discounted Surface tablets for schools, and AT&T tests free phone charging stations in New York.
Molly needs a break, but the tech news just won't stop. This week, groundbreaking new phones from Sprint and HP, exciting new WebOS tablets from HP. Oh yeah, and the Verizon iPhone launches.
On today's show, cute-animal-song wunderkind Parry Gripp joins us to talk about his new Baby Monkey iPhone game, and he's represented by the cutest bunny ever. Seriously. We can barely focus. Seriously. Also, Facebook's major sweeping privacy changes mean you can finally erase your ex from your profile, which is actually kind of awesome. And how "2001: A Space Odyssey" apparently constitutes prior art for tablet design. Oh, yeah.
Hulu launches a paid subscription service, Sony laptops are overheating, and new rumors surface about the iPhone coming to Verizon. Strangely familiar, we know.
You can now use your existing phone number with Google Voice, the Internet is about to learn non-Latin languages, and your Facebook profile can live on long after you're gone.
Samsung goes Mega on smartphones, and Microsoft reportedly plans to shrink the Surface tablet -- all the while, PC sales are falling. But perhaps the most important question to ask: Who gets your Google account when you die?
Bill Detwiler shows you how to disassemble Microsoft's first Windows 8 tablet, the Surface for Windows RT.