The two carriers lose a bid to keep their deals with bandwith providers a private affair.
The Loop isn't cheap at $499.95, but it's got a slick, modern design and streams audio from a variety of devices.
Bigfoot Networks releases the new Killer 2100 NIC that's optimized for online gaming and costs $129.
iFixit takes apart Apple's new Thunderbolt cable and confirms it does include active circuits to work with the high-bandwidth Thunderbolt technology.
Along with the new features -- a few whizzy, the majority eminently practical -- the launch of Photoshop CS6 marks Adobe's first major step toward its revamping of the Creative Suite business.
Google's attempt to roll out new networking addresses as part of the IPv6 transition did not work out as planned, causing widespread service outages for about an hour.
You know how sometimes the punishment fits the crime? In this case the criminal fits the crime. GoDaddy's VP of domain auctions, appropriately named Dicker, was caught bidding (dickering?) on domains on his own auction site. D'oh!
On today's show, we're kind of down on Microsoft Office 365 and poor MySpace's future, but we feel a tiny bit positive about the overlapping circles of nerdiness that could be possible with Google's new Plus social networking beta. Also, find out what you love on Google, if you can, and see all the movies you want for $50 a month. Plus: our new favorite word! Philanthrodorks!
Brian Cooley joins us today for an epic rant about re-installing Windows yet again. Also, great topics from listeners, including updating Android phones, using an iMac as a TV, and using solar power on laptops.
Well, ok, 3D might not make you go blind, but we think the issue warrants further study. At least, Molly and Rafe think it warrants further study. Tom's just baiting us. Also, AT&T gets a Windows Phone 7 victory, Warner is still keeping DVDs on life suppo