The FBI rolls out a massive raid across the United States in connection with the "Anonymous" hacking investigation. Google's Eric Schmidt will defend HTC at all costs and if you can't wait for the inevitable Mac OS X Lion release, it's already out on the internet. Because that won't get you in trouble at all.
Ep. 1513: The FBI is coming after Anonymous. Run and tell that.
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Report: FBI raids alleged Anonymous homes
LulzSec say they’ll release big Murdoch email archive
Rupert Gets a pie in the face at the Phone hacking hearings
Microsoft Offers $250,000 For Rustock Botnet Operator Identity
Google’s Schmidt vows to defend HTC
Apple’s win against HTC driving some firms to Windows Phone
Apple Retail Stores Receive Golden Master Copies of OS X Lion
Apple holding overnight Tuesday for possible Wednesday OS X Lion launch
Mac OS X 10.7 Lion GM Torrent hits Pirate Bay
Adobe sued by RPost over EchoSign technology
Google+ arrives on the App Store
Google hopes to lure celebs to Google+
Chrome extension adds your Facebook, Twitter streams into Google+
Baidu signs distribution deal with music labels
Reddit Co-Founder Charged With Data Theft
Dave says he saw an order for an upgrade from windows XP
A friend of mine signed up for the $10/month Spotify plan, downloaded the app to his iPhone 4, and on the drive home decided he wanted to listen to Spotify through his car stereo, which features A2DP Bluetooth streaming.
Music came out of the iPhone’s speakers, not the car stereo. So he poked around — and it appears the app does not support A2DP Bluetooth streaming! That’s a big mistake. My friend has already dropped to the $5/month plan because of this issue.
Burning Chrome Guy
I love Spotify! Thank you soooo much for recommending it. I am curious, with the new iTunes rules regarding subscription services, does that mean the Spotify app will soon disappear from the iTunes store? I thought Apple was requiring a 1/3 extortion, racketeering cut from subscription services from app developers. It is terrible they want to kill all innovation from competitors who develop better products than they do. If iTunes offered the same service, I’d buy it in a heartbeat.
Thanks for all the good work Buz-z-z-z Crew
Christian, Huntington Beach, California”
Hi guys,am a frequent listener all the way from Nigeria in africa,just wanted to point out something,its actually about Google plus app for iPhone which was released today,on the description of the app it says Google plus can be used by 13 year olds and above,so i believe justin bieber and his fans can actually get on google plus,this is in response to episode 1510 which says google plus is bieber-free. Love the show and miss Molly wood …….. Daniel
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