Hello Kitty has been around the block a few times. As a result, on episode 149 of Gadgettes, we asked for photo submissions of the more appropriate Hello Cougar. Here they are!
Reports of a roaming cat prompted the software maker to warn its workers (and also led to some darn funny tweets).
On today's show Phil Ryan and Caroline McCarthy help Jeff get through a lonely Friday. We'll talk about gorilla suit workshops, a California beer tax, and this weekend's disasters at the box office. All that plus an entertainment report from Kamini!
Rumor has it that there will be code details about OS X 10.6 at WWDC. Bold prediction, considering it's a developer's conference. Geniuses. Now, what cat to name it after?
CougarLife.com is a dating site for older women to meet younger men. But Australia bans its ad for quite novel reasons.
Apple will continue its catty theme of OS X names by referring to OS X 10.9 as Lynx, claims a new report.
Intel ships flawed Sandy Bridge chipsets, promises to work with vendors to make sure consumers aren't exposed to the flaw.
Dell is at last getting round to repairing Sandy Bridge computers, offered replacement motherboards for laptops and desktops affected by the flaw in Intel's next-generation processor.
The Audiophiliac listens to the MrSpeakers Mad Dog headphones and comes away impressed.
The newest version of Apple's operating system is the company's 'most successful release ever'.