Today's show starts off a bit rough. Wilson's still gone and our guests Rana Sobhany and Eric Litman are nowhere to be found, so it's the Jeff and Justin show for the first half.
It's Friday the 13th today, and just one day left before Valentine's Day, so we beg 404 resident hottie biscotti Rana Showbunny of Medialets into the studio to help Jeff decide what to get his girlfriend for the holiday. Her answer isn't what we expected!
Collaboration with ad agencies aims to define two full-screen formats for mobile device ads, geared toward devices running Flash Player 10.1 but with an HTML5 option.
Revenue and earnings plummeted in the quarter that ended before the Palm Pre went on sale, but execs expect the new smartphone to spur a revival.
Developers rush out apps that let iPhone users delete unwanted location data from their devices, but the apps only work on phones that have been jailbroken.
The government is looking into what data companies are gathering from mobile applications and whether they are violating laws that protect consumers' privacy. But what's it mean for you?
Online music service Pandora has disclosed in a government filing that a grand jury has subpoenaed the company for a case involving mobile apps, though the company is not a specific target.
Building an iPhone app to promote your Web site or blog is becoming an increasingly popular thing to do. A new system called AppMakr lowers barriers to app development.
Rana Sobhany joins the show today for a riveting discussion of Sarah Palin centerfolds, Disney attack dogs and push up jocks.
Mobile apps are on the rise, but it's becoming harder to stand out among the crowd. What are some companies doing to either be seen, or help others get the limelight?