On today's 404 Podcast, we dig into the NBC Twitter page hack, video game manufacturers getting huge tax breaks, and a study that claims "Spongebob Squarepants" may be dangerous to your children's mental development.
On today's 404 Podcast, we dig into some tech stories that surfaced this weekend, like the NBC Twitter page hack on Friday, video game manufacturers getting huge tax breaks, and a study that claims Spongebob Squarepants may be dangerous to your children's mental development.
The Lexmark Pinnacle Pro901 is a well-designed, compact multifunction printer, and its low cost per page helps it earn our recommendation for those who can stomach slower print speeds.
MeeGo's future is in doubt following Nokia's announcement that it will support Windows Phone 7. Nevertheless, Nokia could be set to announce its first commercial MeeGo handset today at Mobile World Congress.
The latest update to iPhoto '11 is supposed to fix some upgrading and library conversion errors, but the latest version also seems to break some AppleScript functions that some third-party programs may rely on.
As Halloween approaches, a mysterious ghost invades iTunes 8.2.1 and iTunes 9.0.1, causing the application to begin playing music tracks with no user input to start it.
iTunes 9 refuses to allow users to save their iTunes Store password, but a simple fix sets things straight.
Apple has released a few updates to their audio programs, including iTunes, Main Stage, and their Logic suites. These updates address the following bugs and issues with previous versions:
Sony Ericsson's new Naite and C901 phones offer Earth-friendly initiatives.
Sony Ericsson has gone green with two new handsets: the forthcoming C901 Greenheart and the Ling prototype, which aim to make your carbon footprint a couple of sizes smaller