Wilson is out today supposedly covering the New York Auto Show for CNETTV, but we suspect that he's at home still trying to get the Cheeseburger Dorito flavor off his tongue from yesterday's episode. We ain't mad at him either, because Natali Del Conte steps into his shoes to sort out a few stories on today's episode, starting with a short explanation behind that "PC Load Letter" message you've probably seen on your office printer.
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The new product from Y-Combinator's HelloFax aims to replace printing and scanning documents while taking a consumer approach to the fabled office of the future.
A report says Toshiba will, by the end of this year, launch 3D TVs in Japan that don't require glasses. The company says only that the technology is in the works.
The debate over Flash on mobile devices has been the hot-button issue in the smartphone world for the past several months. On the next episode of Android Atlas Weekly, we'll try and settle the score once and for all with your help.
CNET France gets to drive Peugeot's BB1 concept car.
The Samsung Rogue is a multimedia touch-screen messaging phone from Verizon Wireless.