Today we listened in on Mark Zuckerberg's awesome announcement which we found to be not so awesome. Skype is being integrated into Facebook but I think we are more excited about Spotify finally coming to the U.S! Apple Passes RIM In U.S. Smartphone Market Share and Microsoft wants Samsung to pay a smartphone fee of about $15 for every phone it makes. Yikes! And Japan Discovers Rare Minerals in the Pacific Seabed. All this as well as your calls and emails on today's Buzz Out Loud.
Ep. 1504: "Awesome" is dead.
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Skype and Facebook – the best of both worlds
Call Your Friends Right From Facebook
Videocalling signup page is live
Spotify officially announces U.S. launch
Apple Passes RIM In U.S. Smartphone Market Share
Microsoft wants Samsung to pay smartphone license: report
WebOS chief: Don’t fret over TouchPad reviews
PlayStation 3 successor launching in 2012
EXCLUSIVE: Google to Retire Blogger & Picasa Brands in Google+ Push
As of July 31st, all Google profiles will be public
Japan Discovers Rare Minerals in the Pacific Seabed
Matt the Lenux geek in Vegas has a prediction for Google plus via an inside source.
Kieth says they are giving away Galaxy Tabs for free at Taco Bell.
Guy talks about Fitbit and his heart rate monitor.
Hi guys, I've just received the following email from Universal to say my personal data has been stolen.
After I got the email I did a bit of searching to find my information has been offered up for download since 29th June (with plain text passwords).
It is bad enough that Universal has let this happen by why wait six days before suggesting I may want to change my passwords. ARGGHH!!!
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