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Amazon is reportedly working on a tablet competitor to the iPad, Google quietly launches a new photo-sharing social network called Photovine, and Spotify finally kicks off its streaming music service in the U.S. after months of rumors.
We could have talked about yet another Apple tablet rumor but the chat room vetoed it. The chat room rulez! We do discuss Google's CEO leaving the Apple board and Microsoft shipping the normal Windows 7 to Europeans. And also robots that can run. That's not a good idea. Especially if they run towards you.
What's up Google's sleeve for tablets and phones? Google's Sundar Pichai will host a media event Wednesday, and some rumors suggest we'll see a new Nexus tablet. But the bigger buzz is around Google's launch next week of the customizable Moto X phone. CNET's Sumi Das and Seth Rosenblatt have the Inside Scoop.
The rumors about the Apple Tablet are getting crazy and special guest Cali Lewis nails it when she calls it a unicorn. We also get the first look at the Google OS, and nobody is very excited about Microsoft Office 2010. Except the one person who never uses it. Me. And we get some of the inside scoop behind the FAA outage.
Could Microsoft complete its revitalization by adding a gaming tablet to its lineup? Karyne is breathing into a bag with excitement. We go over that and other rumors, and we apologize in advance for the ridiculousness of Emily's humiliation Day video.
Episode 45 of the Digital City, where we discuss the latest Apple tablet rumors, discover who besides EA has a license to produce NFL video games, and an appreciation of music tech pioneer Les Paul.
At next week's Google event in New York, experts are expecting several tablet and phone announcements. In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Casey Newton break down the product rumors and discuss how and where the Nexus tablets can fit into the ever-broadening tablet landscape.
The Dell Latitude 10 offers excellent battery life, and costs less than many other Windows 8 tablets.
Facebook just might announce a phone tailored for social-network addicts, Path is launching a subscription service, and the Ouya console leads a new era of gaming.
The rumor mill is working overtime, churning out stories and details that may or may not be true about Apple's next version of the iPad. Users and analysts alike say they hope the battery life will be longer and the design slimmer, and that it will run on the 4G network. CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Josh Lowensohn chat about the likelihood of some of these rumors.