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Apple didn't exactly have a great week in the press, but was all the bad news really well-founded? Also, BlackBerry drops a major new phone, if only because it's huge.
commentary So the problems users were up in arms about over the weekend weren't, in fact, user error. What a shock.
Digital photography is exploding, yet camera sales continue to slump. Here's a look at the current market and what should change.
Bug in software used by businesses caused some Windows XP-based machines to crash repeatedly with a "blue screen of death."
week in review Scientists discover the "God particle," while Facebook users discover an e-mail black hole. Also: Apple scores twin legal victories.
Facebook won't revert to its earlier, more privacy-protective, default profile settings. Nor is today's deal with the FTC likely to mean any other significant changes.
It's both a fun game and a sad commentary on the state of our existence! On today's show, the average user is caught in the crossfire of the hacker wars, but dammit, even LulzSec agrees that Sega is off limits. Speaking of which, Donald might have been right about Bitcorn, rather than Bitcoin. Ouch. And how to restore the memories of really, really stoned rats. Poor little rats. --Molly
Volkswagen dropped the cloth on its new midsize sedan, and although its new in body it retains the same old Passat nameplate.
A blog discovers a flaw in which users can force other users to follow them--and tested it out on Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and CEO Evan Williams.
Share and manage files between multiple computers with Dropbox.