As we hurtle towards the eighth anniversary of the first iPhone going on sale, we look back at why Apple's first smartphone succeeded. Plus, there's more great tech news and your feedback.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment voluntarily pulls the latest Batman game off the digital distribution platform after outcry from disappointed gamers.
We're finally ready to devote an entire episode to The Dark Knight Rises and Nolan's entire Batman trilogy...spoilers included. Jeff Sussman from The BatSignal Podcast joins us to discuss the ending of the film and the Easter Eggs for diehard Batfans, the evolution of the costume, Nolan's subtle homage to the comics, and how exactly Bane manages to eat while wearing that mask.
Motorola and Verizon, along with Texas Instruments, have achieved a remarkable level of feature integration with their built-in Wi-Fi hot spot. But there's a trade-off.
Tablets are done. The future is tables. Unfortunately, it's the same future where giant teddy bears punch you in your sleep and adorable pugs are transformed into bloodthirsty monsters. This week, Bonnie Cha joins Donald and Eric to talk all about this topsy-turvy dystopia and provides the invaluable function of translating Eric's obscure '80s film references for the rest of us. In Geek News, Eric channels the dark heart of Bane.
The iPhone app feature was the bane of many influential Twitter users, who said it was annoying and irrelevant.
A boon and a bane to news sites and bloggers, the heavily trafficked news aggregator is drawing readers but needs to adapt with a quickly changing industry.
The vuvuzela, the bane of World Cup watchers everywhere, is of course also available as an app for the iPhone.
If operating systems were originally designed to be applicable across the widest variety of hardware, and VMs are designed as containers for them, is the homogeneity of cloud infrastructure the VM's bane?
Little fingers are a constant bane of the pickle jar. But with the FridgeFork Condiment Fork, you can eliminate an excuse for fishing pickles out without a fork.