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Two professors at the University of California, San Francisco say the TSA's body scanners do not detect large, irregularly shaped objects because they could be confused with normal anatomy.
This week brought us invisibility cloaks, pooping robots, and lots of free phones. We all like free stuff, right?
Researcher Sylvain Calinon is trying to teach a robot to flip pancakes. The learning process is less than impressive, and other iron chefs will be shaking their heads.
Comedian Ellen DeGeneres says Apple failed to see the humor in her jokey iPhone ad, and she apologizes. But has Cupertino lost its feel for the public's pulse?
Phrases are coined left and right on today's show, from our plans to unbumble the Internet to the chat-room created phrase "gestApple," to describe the behavior of everybody's favorite door-busting-down, Ellen-berating iPhone-maker. Plus, "three-day-old tuna." It's a fun one. Also, six things you need to know about Facebook Connections (it violates your privacy six ways to Sunday) and the ensuing storm of tablet competition.
Jeff Bakalar makes his return on Fat Tuesday--how appropriate. Justin reveals to the world that he loves Alvin & the Chipmunks, on top of his fascination with Disney music.
Is Blockbuster continually relying on the strange reassurance that ubiquitous physical presence brings?