Today on Buzz Out Loud, the deadly dashboard of patent pendencies, YouTube's new live-streaming test (which we hope will eventually include CNET!), and Halo: Reach launching at midnight. Plus, could Apple launch an iPad with camera in time for the holidays? Rafe's money is on the line. And a Stanford student gets the best tweet ever.
Ep. 1306: We instantly instantized the Internet
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It's Real: YouTube Debuts Live Streaming Platform With Two-Day Test
Patent Office Admits the Truth: Things Are a Disaster
Halo: Reach to launch tonight at midnight, star-studded events, etc.
Crazy Apple rumor:
iPad with camera by holidays
iPhone 4 antenna design may cap sales, analyst says
Apple to end free
iPhone 4 case offer Sept. 30
FCC Talks Could Lead To New ‘Super Wi-Fi’ Networks
As "Instant" Services Proliferate, Instantise Gives Them All A Home
Another instant whatsit, Ozone
Stanford student creates YouTube Instant, gets job offer from YouTube CEO
The Boxee Box: Intel Inside, Now Available for Preorder
iLoveHandles turns nano iPods into oversized watches
Seth: guide dogs to the rescue
Hi Buzz crew,
You may have gotten this a few times by now, but if not, you may
find this of interest. Could this app be the cable ridding step people
have been waiting for?
Take care and keep up the great work. Congrats on the new gig, Jason.
Rodney, the Data Center grunt from SC.
I know you don’t get Spotify. I know. And it kinda breaks my heart a little bit because it’s such a great service AND it has Facebook integration, in the best way possible! It doesn’t pollute my FB news feed, but only when I log into Spotify can I see what my friends have listened to and shared, with an optional comment attached. The reason I’m telling you this is Ping. Ping is like… not even an alpha version of the social music network that Spotify is becoming, but just because it’s Apple I fear that it will grow fast enough so that when Spotify finally reaches the US it will no longer have the advantage of being first on the market.
Hm. Ok, conspiracy theory: The reason Spotify is having so much trouble getting the record companies on board is because Apple have been planning Ping for a long time and have therefor used their influence to keep the deals from happening. Or, as we say in Sweden, putting sticks in the wheels. As in… Apple putting sticks in the wheels of Spotify… if it had wheels… nevermind.
Anyway, love the show!
CBS News launches iPad app