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Ep. 52: Apple tablet rumors; checking out Uncharted 2; and living with the PSPgo

Episode 52 of the Digital City, where we talk about the latest Apple tablet rumors, dissect Kindles on campus, bemoan the use of single-core CPUs in 13-inch laptops, and worry about NYC's growing rep as a surveillance state.

By Nov. 30, 2009

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Digital City Podcast 52: Apple tablet rumors; checking out Uncharted 2; and living with the PSPgo

Episode 52 of the Digital City, where we talk about the latest Apple tablet rumors, dissect Kindles on campus, bemoan the use of single-core CPUs in 13-inch laptops, and worry about NYC's growing rep as a surveillance state.

By Oct. 5, 2009

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Buzz Out Loud 1454: Don't make more kids smart ... just make more smart kids (Podcast)

On today's show, a brilliant solution to the problem of science education, and which tech companies have the best and worst green records (it is Earth Day, after all -- for real this time)! Also, Google and Apple are sending your location data back to the Mother Ship, Amazon is making everyone nervous about the cloud, and AT&T thinks wireless competition is "extraordinary." Uh huh. All that and the best Computer Love success story ever. --Molly

By Apr. 22, 2011

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Sony says 'PSP has life in it yet'

Sony's PlayStation Portable has been experiencing sluggish sales, but that doesn't stop the company from believing it still has promise.

By Aug. 20, 2010

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It's 'PSP No' for converting old UMD discs

Dedicated mobile gamers have been asking what, if anything, could they do with their collections of UMD game and movie discs if they upgrade to the PSP Go.

By Sep. 25, 2009

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Buzz Out Loud 1452: Judgement Day is coming! (Podcast)

Skynet is self-aware and special guest Brian Cooley is flying to space to get off this rock. SPAM and an underground man cave seems like a better option for BT. We'll also talk about the revelation that Apple is tracking our location data, but not using it...yet. Kindle users will like going to the library if they even go at all, and we can now officially call the Sony PSPgo the "No Go".

By Apr. 20, 2011

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Buzz Out Loud 1006: Butt-nibbling robots

Artists are developing robots that can consume flies and rodents. That means they'll get a taste for flesh. What could go wrong? They come for your butt, that's what.

By Jun. 26, 2009

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Will PSP Go keep pirates at bay?

Like all of Apple's portable devices, the PSP Go will have a sealed in battery that's non user-replaceable. An integrated battery helps save precious space, but in the case of the PSP Go, it was also designed to thwart pirates.

By Sep. 3, 2009