Rumor Has It, Ep. 17: Instagram helps us care about Windows Phone

On today's show, iBooks 2 code points to possible Retina Display iPad; Casio does something other than make keyboards; our favorite people, analysts, comment on the upcoming year for Netflix; and we have a couple guesses about who Anonymous will attack next.

So you mean to tell me, Casio makes things other than this SA-35 keyboard? Flickr user cmatsuoka

It's Tuesday again, and this time we are prepared.

On today's show, code in iBooks 2 points to possible Retina Display iPad; Casio does something other than make keyboards; our favorite people on Earth, analysts, comment on the upcoming year for Netflix; and we have a couple guesses about who Anonymous will attack next.

Also next week, or maybe the week after, is Humiliation Day. You know what's different about this Humiliation Day? For once, Karyne isn't the big loser. If you have any Humiliation Day ideas for Emily, or if you have any ideas about who Anonymous will attack next, let us know in the comments! Or shoot us an e-mail, or a tweet, or leave us a voice mail! It turns out, we're very easy to get a hold of. Just ask analyst Gene Munster!

EPISODE 17


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Show notes:
Could Instagram come to Windows Phone before Android?
iBooks 2 code reveals HD images, possibly for iPad 3 Retina Display
Casio said to be prepping quad-core handset
Uh oh: Netflix set for an even worse 2012, analyst says
Anonymous: Facebook is next, on January 28

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And don't forget to follow us on Twitter! @EmilyDreyfuss, @karynelevy, @RumorShow, @stephenbeacham.

 

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