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Ultrabooks have the brains, the looks, and they're a cheap date. Can they take out tablets? Plus, Google and China war again, and cancerous cell phone calling.
That's sarcasm, I'm afraid. Lots of bad news today, including the tragic end to the Spam King escape story, the cell-phones-and-cancer debate makes a resurgence with some serious recommendations for careful use, and AOL starts up a fire sale. In good news, though, a new iPhone firmware upgrade is on deck, and it may bring turn-by-turn GPS AND copy and paste. But you know, don't get your hopes up. Have a great weekend!
This week on our roundup of best BOL moments, Lockheed and PBS join the roster of recent victims as hackers motives expand, World Health Organization says cell phones may cause cancer and 'Worms From Hell' unearth possibilities for extraterrestrial life.
Facebook gets new security features, a potential link between cell phones and cancer is still a mystery, and a couple in Japan has their marriage officiated by a robot.
On today's show, Brian Tong's secret sources seem to indicate that the iPad 2 might be hitting stores sooner than expected ... we'll see. The announcement is March 2! Also, the FTC looks into kids buying all those Smurf Berries in game on their iPhones, and radiation from cell phones does actually make things happen in your brain, we just don't know what it means. --Molly
In the midst of international turmoil, The 404 Podcast is your source for First World problems. So don't freak out yet, because Bit.Ly is in no danger of closure, the Robocop remake may still happen, cell phones don't cause cancer (hopefully), and you can now get weed from crowd-sourced coupon sites.
I asked the question: does your iPhone suck? And you responded. In droves. Plus, Type-A personalities galore on this week's Mailbag.