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You either love it or you hate it, but almost everyone has an opinion on the new philosophical war threatening to tear the fabric of social networking: pictures of other people's food. Are you a food poster? Stand up and be counted!
Are you dual-booting Linux and Windows? If you'd prefer to have Windows boot up first, we'll show you how.
As you step into the new school year, we know you'll have lots of adjusting to do--new friends, classes, professors, and eating habits (hello, Top Ramen)--so we'd like to make at least one thing easy for you: setting up your gadgets.
On today's show, Time Warner's new live TV iPad app is too cool to last very long, iOS is slower than Android (but Apple's nit-picking the results, predictably), and Sony is continuing to try to turn George Hotz into a smoking crater for daring to jailbreak the PS3. --Molly
This week on the CNET Tech Review: see what's new and what's not on the Verizon iPhone 4; Google's Android Market opens for business on the Web; keep yourself safe when browsing Facebook; and get your grub on with two tasty take-out apps.
Gamer Grub delivers performance snack food to your energy- and nutrition-starved body in a one-handed snackpod.