We're back from our four-day weekend despite yesterday's gloomy celebration of Blue Monday! Today we're talking about Steve Jobs's leave of absence, changing zodiac signs, and David Blaine.
We're back from our four-day weekend despite yesterday's gloomy celebration of Blue Monday! Today we're talking about Steve Jobs' leave of absence, changing zodiac signs, and David Blaine.
Radio Tuna let's you easily search thousands of online radio stations based on the artists played, the genre, or the name of the station.
Ace reporter Caroline McCarthy from CNET News joins the show today to bring us bacon chocolate from Foodzie. It's kind of like Etsy but for food. Wilson doesn't partake in the bacon, but he munches down on the bourbon chocolate.
Shopping by cell phone takes on a whole new meaning in Australia, Wi-Fi flies high over San Francisco, and grocery carts get a lot smarter in Singapore.
Besides MacWorld, the Cloud, open source and expensive tuna made the news today.
Originally a three-page $700 billion bill, House-approved bailout package now includes surveillance provisions and tax credits for green tech, SunKist tuna, and wooden arrows.
Researchers have mounted cameras and sensors on sharks for new insights into how the apex predators live.
The same people who brought you the BreakUp Text app team up with job site The Ladders to bring you the Quit Your Job app.
Phrases are coined left and right on today's show, from our plans to unbumble the Internet to the chat-room created phrase "gestApple," to describe the behavior of everybody's favorite door-busting-down, Ellen-berating iPhone-maker. Plus, "three-day-old tuna." It's a fun one. Also, six things you need to know about Facebook Connections (it violates your privacy six ways to Sunday) and the ensuing storm of tablet competition.