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The social network says 80 percent of its users are on mobile devices, following increased focus on its mobile apps.
A video posted by blog site TechSmartt shows how to "trick" Apple Pay into working on NFC terminals outside the US.
The arrival of any new iPhone opens the floodgates to a torrent of new accessories and cases. Here's what to expect as Apple gets set to launch its next iPhone -- or iPhones.
The iPhone maker says that the claims against its Siri offering are based on "vague" claims and therefore should be thrown out by the court.
A new lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles follows a similar one filed earlier this month, alleging that Siri did not perform as advertised.
A new lawsuit seeking class action says Siri doesn't work anywhere near as well as Apple's TV ads suggest.
On today's show we talk to the guys from Chaotic Moon Studios in Austin, Texas about their Kinect-controlled skateboards and shopping carts and get excited about how they're moving into mind controlled devices. We also discuss the problem with Google's new privacy policies, The iPad 3 rumor roundup and how to make the most of Google+. And finally we take a look at Windows 8 vs. OS X Mountain Lion.
On this week's show, BOL special counsel Gil Cabrera joins us to break down the mobile apps privacy protections (meh), the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights (unenforceable without Congress), and the "Do Not Track" button (weak). He's kind of a buzz kill. Also, poor little T-Mobile, Microsoft's most unprofessional legal lawyer ever, and Nilay Patel buzz-kills Pinterest, big time. Plus, "Into It/Not Into It" returns!
The Buzz crew talks about Facebook's historic IPO, and the challenges the company will face moving forward. Zynga is smiling, and so is the invite-only Pinterest. We've figured it out, and it's the new social network for girls or metrosexuals. "Into it, Not Into it" brings us vacuum-sealed couples, and that's all you need to know.