All you have to do, says Oldman, is ask the Internet. Because the Internet knows everything. And nothing. So he can just look at the camera and say "Blah." Which he does very well.
The Facebook CEO purchases four residences adjacent to his existing home. He's said to have reacted to a developer's plans to buy one of the houses and sell it as "the one next door to Zuckerberg."
While most people are getting together and celebrating, there are those who will spend the day with their lone hope being a gadget.
AT&T will roll out 3G MicroCell femtocells nationwide starting in April
Backcountry.com has proved itself a savvy citizen of the open-source community.
Facebook launches API and bill-sharing service
On today's show, I tee off a little bit on Internet haters who just can't let it go ... in a way that might seem to suggest I can't let it go. Hm. Anyway, in tech news proper, Apple shareholders demand a succession plan, Verizon users demand their iPhone 4s, and AT&T demands $499 and a two-year contract for people who want an Atrix 4G with the laptop dock. Plus: Computer Love! Aloha, everyone! --Molly
We fully admit that we are all, at heart, nerds. But this episode is dedicated to that special kind of nerd. The kind that you find yourself turning to your friend to whisper into their ear "OMG nerd alert!"
WiFi hogs are preventing me from feeding my online video game addiction.