It's time to update your iThings, folks. iOS 4.3.2, the latest software for Apple's mobile devices is now available to give your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch an extra shot of Apple juice.
All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
The latest iOS update is just a bug fix update, squashing a problem with FaceTime video chats seizing up, and a bug that was giving iPad owners with 3G models problems connecting to networks.
Apple is said to be nearing a release on another minor update for iOS 4.3, which will bring with it a handful of bug fixes and patch some security holes.
Hacker group Dev-Team (specifically noted jailbreaker @comex) has released the latest version of its popular iOS device jailbreaking tool, jailbreakme.com, available entirely online.
A senior senator is readying legislation to end tax-free Internet shopping, and Cisco kills the Flip. Also: Apple announces Final Cut Pro X.
On today's show, Donald Bell gives us his in-person BlackBerry PlayBook review, why Twitter is like your freeloading, couch-surfing bum of a brother, and how the FBI's command and control server could end up taking Elvis off life support. What, you didn't know Elvis was still alive? The things you learn on BOL. Plus: the white iPhone is coming! No, really! And your comments on throttling, for good or for ill. --Molly
"Hey, Buzz Crew ..." Google seems to be building out a version of Chrome OS for tablets, which we're calling their "double rainbow" strategy: it breaks your brain. Plus, what Epsilon knew about their social phishing vulnerabilities, and when they knew it. Samsung cuts tablet pricing again, why we're never using Pandora again until we get an email from Tim Westergren, and a seriously old-school hacker story. --Molly
Data breach affecting broad swath of consumers turns little-known Epsilon into somewhat of a household name. Also, big moves in online video and the U.S. government is on tech's case.