On today's show, Apple wants to wipe all HTC phones from the face of the earth, apparently because Steve Jobs is just grouchy about this whole business. Donald and Molly engage in a nice long talk about the validity of software patents.
A 99 cent iPhone game that incorporates gravity simulation, funny sound effects, and dystopian black humor is now available at the App Store.
DirecTV's HDPC-20 offers the promise of watching and streaming its programming directly from your computer.
Cable company is taken to task over a misleading advertisement about how its high-definition programming compares with that of satellite TV provider DirecTV.
Today is March 14, also known as Pi day, and all we can think about is celebrating by eating large amounts of apple pie. Verizon seems to be warming up to P2P technology, and the music industry is proposing a monthly fee for ISPs to offset the cost of pi
Studio builds new media center to test how consumers respond to Warner content on Web sites, handheld devices, and VOD services.
Can the Air Force CyberCommand station withstand Molly's magnetic field? And is Google just one big popularity contest?
Viiv pairs with DirectTV, GameTap
Post-merger reductions announced.