This week on the Digital City, topics include Google's new Chrome OS, and what it means for Netbooks and Microsoft; some not-too-bright cell phone thieves; how Scott semi-scammed a new iPhone 3GS; and some new apps for navigating the NYC Subway system.
In Episode 23 of the Digital City, we discuss high-tech plans, but a low-tech budget at the MTA; the release of Resident Evil 5; Linux on Netbooks; and the Sirius/iPhone connection.Download today's podcast
On this week's Digital City, we discuss the new robot-controlled NYC subway trains, Facebook's bill of rights, the death of the Rocky Mountain News, and why game companies have to break out of the holiday-only release system.
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On this week's installment of the Digital City, it's the post-Black-Friday special, where we discuss the latest economic woes, our holiday wish lists, Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday, the new MTA text alert system, and Blockbuster's lastest idea--a set-top streaming movie box.Listen now: Download today's podcast
Our ongoing conversation about technology and urban spaces continues, with longtime CNET editor Matt Elliott joining us to discuss slumping e-commerce sales, the new high-tech Yankee Stadium, and competing plans for adding GPS and Wi-Fi to mass transit systems.Listen now: Download today's podcast