Rumor Has It, Ep. 6: What will the new Nook be called? (podcast)

Today is humiliation day on Rumor Has It! But with a new month comes a clean slate. We take a look at next week's Barnes & Noble announcement, Google's jump into music and original content, the loss of an Apple product that not many people care about, and the birth of another Apple product that we don't really care about.

Yup. I'm a banana. Emily Dreyfuss/CNET

October is over, which means today was humiliation day on Rumor Has It. Since Karyne made every single wrong bet she could last month, she lost (not only this round of bets, but her dignity, as well).

But wearing the costume on the show wasn't enough; she actually wore it out on the big bad streets of San Francisco. Check out the video below to see how that went. Hint: Nobody on the big bad streets of San Francisco seems to notice when there's someone nearby who's dressed like a banana.

Also this week, we take a look at next week's Barnes & Noble announcement, Google jumps into music and original content, we mourn the loss of an Apple product that not many people care about, and mildly celebrate the birth of another Apple product that we don't really care about. Oh, and bendy phones are a thing that we'll probably break.

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EPISODE 6


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Show notes:
New Nook Color tablet launching November 7
Apple prepping Air-like 15-inch MacBook, report says
Apple mulling end of life for Mac Pro line, report says
Google Music's 'twist' is likely a social feature
Google launching original content on YouTube next week?
Flexible Nokia phone
Why an Apple HDTV is a huge risk


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