Turns out when we blew up the moon a few weeks ago, we found water! Yay! The bottled water companies are presumably planning their trips now. THIS is how we motivate us to get back to the moon! We also hear more from old man Murdoch on blocking Google from indexing his newspapers, and Dell launches a smartphone. Does anybody want it?
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Rupert Murdoch to remove News Corp’s content from Google ‘in months’
Google Chrome OS to launch within a week
Google confirms purchase of VOIP provider Gizmo5
Dell smartphone to debut in China, Brazil
Cheap to good home: Used 360, pirated games, slightly banned
Modders release update to free the 1 million Xboxes banned by Microsoft
YouTube to get high-def 1080p player
SPDY: Google wants to speed up the Web by ditching HTTP
Comcast TV Everywhere launch details: December, free for existing subs, really goes anywhere
Synthetic Stone DVD claimed to last 1,000 years
Using photosynthesis to power hydrogen production
Water. On the moon.
Ken in DC has a solution for the town in Ohio that lost it’s WiFi
Richard in Santa Monica has a theory
Anonymous Verizon user’s question about cancellation.
I’m sobered up now, and the bet about Project Natal is most definitely
on. Um… the thing is, I only intended to make a bet against any
buzz host, not every host. It’s possible that I wasn’t exactly clear
about that (I can’t imagine why) but I’m not sure I can justify
shelling out for 3 or 4 of them, and if I win, then the hassle of ebay
or craigslisting the extras ones doesn’t exactly smell of victory.
So since Natali was the first one to accept, then this is my digital
handshake. If Project Natal is available at retail on or before
November 30th, 2010, I will buy one for her. If it’s not, then she
will have to buy one for me. I only ask that you all autograph the
box for me (I promise not to sell it!). If Natali decides to back
out, then the offer is still on the table for anyone else.
Hi Buzz crew, Matt from MN.
So whats the difference between what the MPAA is doing to a town and what Microsoft is doing to XBox Live users. There was no judicial oversight in either case.
Does this mean that Apple could claim an user violated the EULA on a jailbroken iPhone and then take away their right to use Apple's OS on their phone?
Love the show!
Hey buzz crew
Just a thought.. If you can use facebook status updates to get yourself out of jail, maybe the next thing will be using your google latitude history to show you weren’t at the scene of a crime.
Love the show
Hey Buzz Crew -
I am an Apple stock holder (albeit a fairly small investor - but an investor nonetheless) and I am starting to give a second thought to the whole Psystar lawsuit with Apple. Since they are going about legally purchasing licenses and using them to install on other machines, does Apple really have a case against them or not? I'm concerned that if Apple does not win this suit, this will open the floodgates HUGE to making all types of Hackintosh-style computers, thus taking a potentially huge portion of the market away from them and would begin the decline of Apple stock. I know that Apple is more than just an operating system but still…Thoughts? Should I be afraid that Apple might not be able to defend against this?