Apple wasn't even aware of the competition which saw a statue unveiled to commemorate its late CEO Steve Jobs.
A Web site has gathered a diverse collection of images of geek-related graffiti from around the world.
Natali Morris fills in for Wilson Tang today and assures our mutual destruction when she "accidentally" spills hot water on the mixer console...the rest of the show is spent worrying about spontaneous electrocution, but we manage to fit in a handful of stories about 3D Lego printing, the strange trend of unboxing videos, our favorite April Fools' tech product, and the ongoing Porn Wiki Leaks fallout.
In this edition of Ask Maggie I offer advice to a mom who is considering getting a Kindle Fire for her son who really wants an iPad. I also advise a first-time game console buyer.
This week, we poll everyone on their favorite online music service, and find out why New Yorkers can't get the latest and greatest in streaming TV services.
Wilson's out sick, but Mark Licea joins us to fill in with a review of "X-Men: First Class." The movie came out today, but Mark's a diehard fan of the comic series so he checked out the 12 a.m. showing.
Google launches its eBookstore, Verizon lets you use your cell phone minutes on your home phone, and Nike will give away its workout app for free on New Year's Day to help whip you back into shape.
Josh and Ting first met at an Apple store, and they could think of no place better to affirm their eternal devotion than between rows of MacBooks.
Do audiophiles care more about sound quality than your average musician? Jazz drummer and audiophile Billy Drummond helps unravel the stereotype.
Sprint announces a software upgrade for the HTC Mogul that will make it the industry's first EV-DO Rev. A handset.