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As the dispute between the cable company and the News Corp. continues at an impasse, here's how to get your Fox fix.
Using technology from RealD, the cable provider is offering customers high-def 3D content, starting with a Rangers-Islanders hockey game. The catch? You have to have a 3D-compatible TV.
This week on the Digital City: ABC vs. Cablevision, high-tech pizza hits NYC, and Macs get Steam games
Cable provider will begin testing a service called PC to TV Media Relay that's designed to let customers watch content from their computers on their TVs.
A week after cutting the TV cord, CNET editor David Katzmaier reports on what works, and what doesn't, for his household.
The major TV networks fear that Google plans to distribute their content over the Web without compensating them. They say if Google wants content, the search engine must pay.
Natali Del Conte fills in for Justin Yu today, which happens to also be Jeff Bakalar's last day before he gets married! We talk about life after marriage, the PSP Phone, and get angry at Cablevision.
The New Nook Color makes its debut: is it half a loaf or a half-bottle of wine? It's a tortured set of analogies, but we hope you'll get the point. Plus, big news about the show's host lineup (welcome Brian Tong!), Spotify is in the news but still not in the U.S., and the white iPhone 4 officially reaches "annoying tech unicorn" status. Oh, and "Avatar" will never die. Ever. --Molly
In earnings call news, only Steve Jobs can give an earnings call this much drama: a five-minute rant on how Android isn't open, but even if it was open, it would still fail, like that oh-so-open Microsoft Plays For Sure. (What?) Plus, the executive shakeups continue at Microsoft. --Molly
On today's show, it's a total Monday, so we devolve into nonsense words a little bit. It's mostly to stave off our justified rage over Cablevision and News Corp.'s money-motivated, consumer-unfriendly standoff. In other news, Google offers personalized Doodles on your birthday, and Borders offers yet another manifesto outlet. --Molly