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Ep: 1452 Judgement Day is coming!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...
Today's Wednesday fourth when he 2011. My name is Steven -- -- -- -- -- sports money. I'm -- song welcome a buzz out loud is cnet's podcast in determine lake. Joining us in the house. Minister Brian Cooley and my brother from another mother I write personal -- -- -- -- the way it's -- that out -- way right now. -- -- -- golden time yeah really telling you it's true. We the last time that we were in this in any type a CD listeners scenario we rely only use slapped an iPad across my face -- but -- -- it -- them. -- the last time. We -- the worst part -- he gets he kept saying -- hit -- harder yet enacted you have to make it you have to feel -- he's like real martial arts -- like he wants to get bounced across the room and how much the stunt man or something so -- idea I was -- I had the idea to bring that about -- I do wanna bring in the -- for people that are listening or watching in the pre show you guys have -- coming out this before the show. At the show during the show the -- showed a level of crass craftsmanship Alia I hadn't existed -- -- got the I found this little jade -- -- here. I think it belongs to rate. It's whatsoever nor are worse -- for my own mind that's the last person was lauded the machine on that so it's either a study dogs -- -- rates and so I decided to make -- prison craft out of a with a piece of of Scotch tape -- -- That is that they can be a nice thing and you used used to outlook is taken -- older illustrating its gives a little bit of -- -- the fast -- nature because it's kind of pointless. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- All right you guys are gonna come to -- -- today because we do care about tech. Some days as well as homemade Scott state Julie you know -- guys -- -- -- that's servicing today. Apple's iPhone iPad and all of their wireless devices apparently have a hidden file in Iowa -- That is regular recording the position of your devices so there's two researchers -- -- Allen and Pete warden that we're doing some digging because they wanted to do -- nations of data from you know from what you committed. -- with in with a knife on the original we just had recently did -- data visualization about the radiation. Popping over from the nuclear disaster Japan's oh yeah they like doing these types of charts and graphs -- they were hunting around. You IOS four. And they weren't even hacking but they were able to find a file that not only exists on your IOS four device but is also sync back your computer. That has tracked. Every location that you have made. It's time stamping everywhere you go kind of like one of those are all little gadgets that does GPS coordinates for camera you carry it around receiver and a popular but it's constantly getting your coordinates at a good time stamp and saving out of every five or ten seconds. He added which is fine if you allow that but the promise Apple never has mentioned to anyone that they were. Actively doing this this -- just default the this is up by default there's no setting for you to turn this off on this is not. Location services where summer like pandora or -- this is a file that is actively tracking. We're going -- to this point there's no evidence that Apple is taking this file and using it to their advantage or you know -- having. Potentially the chance of ads being targeted where you are because that's location is prime right now yet but the fact -- that this anonymous. They either but this reminds me of the case of -- through the revelation about a year year and a half ago that iphones at least 3GS is the time and actually still do it. We're constantly capturing screen shots of your apps and to aid at rapid reboot. But that of course is saving lots of things like what were you playing on your player what we use searching on your Google interface all that kind of stuff and have freaked people out again it wasn't being transmitted anywhere but it was being -- to your machine. One more thing you've got to blow out when you get rid of that machine -- normal thing to be concerned about but. What's in there could easily be out of there is concern it -- -- -- moved. Yet there's and there's an -- they said -- with an app you could pull that information off from not only your device or the computer some people would tell him like -- -- find my iPhone. The you know you don't need a log of everywhere you've been over the past year not this -- buying my I not. This -- and the other thing about it is as it's doing this. The question is you know when will be unlocked and what terms will be -- under and that we haven't a precedent -- Apple. Of them taking this internals have always been in -- that you've tacitly agreed to let the device aggregate. And do they need your permission to do certain things with it did you forty you've been doing even went along -- if you will who knows when you open the box what you've agreed to but it's in the fine print -- says it does. Yes so what you guys in new if you are really worried about news and nothing's happening -- is -- they'll get a Nokia will. -- -- You could do that or you can encrypt your data and your packets does this -- lives on all of your iPhone backups on your hard drive -- what a great -- this is for discovery legal cases now but what legal community will -- about this is like you know we can just subpoena that phone we have a wealth. Of behavioral data what you took pictures of where you were are and what you were doing with all manner of maps is all sitting in that phone do you need anything else to win a court case going forward -- subpoenas -- -- iPhone argued not done. -- discovery in certain that the case and I'm overstating but it is amazing -- -- something to keep keep an eye on its -- in the -- that's been bubbling to the top that you know -- -- Android phones do something -- I don't we haven't heard that but. This is just good data practice to make things work better it's just it's it's the whole thing of it it. Storing it and keep unit and get out. There's a difference between just having -- -- it -- he did not record that's piled everywhere you've been with its -- is a rough week for -- -- -- Yahoo! just announced -- ministry keeping search records for eighteen months not just for -- thirty days announced earlier this week now we find out in our iphones got what you're worth of history of everything we've done on. -- -- This let us get off the grid just get off the grid and make prison jewelry your life I've got a lot better and tell -- this go to drain this is the -- green JO going green now really go green. It. But the Apple iPhone five that has been rumored to be released anywhere from. At WW DC to being manufactured in September and coming out at the end of the year. Reuters is now reporting. Based on -- triple source -- that Apple. Is planning to ship the iPhone five in September according shipments -- ship in -- -- So that's kind of a early late rumor. We heard rumors that production to start in September -- -- delayed now is the -- lately it's currently for delivery as early as or as late as January. Not to screw the holiday season is launching mid holiday season it's kind of bad that you can't. You just look bad. The analyst look at and say -- you loss of the holiday season only -- was this -- we launched late holiday season they don't care about that -- So either way. Based on these sources production will begin either in July or August. This is also WW DC -- the rumblings -- happening once Apple. Polluted the fact that there was going to be no hard potentially no hardware at WW DCL -- IOS and Mac OS-X so and. September and nothing in -- latest report references the Sony sensors sort of this is part of this -- the Sony sensors in or out for the camera estimates and but that's also allowed -- Yao wrote Reuters -- reports kind of reinforcing some of the rumors and rumblings that the iPhone will still have a similar look. Faster processor and a five dual core eight by dual core no confirmation. Of the NFC. Near field communication chip inside of it -- -- still similar design and slightly larger screen a lot of people are talking about them. Just spreading the borders only adds to its launch exactly as the iPhone start to look a little cramped yeah compared to four Rosen four threes that are out there there and so not a fan of four point three inch screen to the -- way -- big -- yet -- before it is a nice middle ground. You know it feels like a little more space and they could just about what that much real estate on the existing iPhone frame but I -- -- -- got all the way of the day right to the you know what you're holding it you know you need. You may be activating something. You know it's like you -- hold -- by the liberal -- but he aboard drop iphones they sell more replacements of the for the bottom yet. So there you go so little we will let keep you posted until the actual iPhone actually gets announced. And Verizon has not been a problem for AT&T in spite of them having the iPhone this is interest -- first quarter results from AT&T and apparently they had a blowout quarter. Huge growth in their subscribers not the mass defections a lot of folks wondered what happened. To Verizon you gotta wonder if -- -- is going to Verizon from pent up demand as opposed to. Deflecting that it's a little hard to read because most folks -- not gonna run for the doors and break their contract. It's kind of a gradual thing over the first year to even two years of Verizon being in the iPhone game will there be an erosion and AT&T. But -- added two million net new wireless subscribers during the quarter that's that's big that's better from the same quarter a year before so if anything their fortunes have been stronger. Since Verizon got the. Yeah for the -- -- march 31 shares were at 50s57. Cents up from two point. 2.4 five billion or 41 cents a year earlier. Also they did say that they activated three point six million iphones they did not specify if they were. There -- some are probably three G -- in summer iPhone -- But those -- the numbers via at the end of the -- AT&T wasn't really that. Partially affected by the all right in more than anything they're gonna be more affected by just in -- natural -- tragedy gradual. Just all these tablets and mobile devices on only spot worms and -- that's rivet -- the release. That's the busy that the that the broad array of Android devices on a broad array of -- competitors having some bigger -- than just iPhone on Verizon -- at least that's how it's showing up now but again. This needs a one year look you know year over year to see if their numbers on iPhone went -- to really tell us it folks went to Verizon because people don't break contracts like. Yet and also the iPhone -- still wasn't a super super. There was nothing all trip compelling about the rise and I grew -- and honestly and unless you lived in the area like us and you really were gonna pay 300 dollars to get a better signal for six more months right no one's gonna do that. And nothing it is it about five striking you as amazingly compelling among the -- no no not right now I think five is going to be it to -- five is gonna all be all about the IOS five via. A faster performance and that the potential chance of seeing how -- cloud service integrates with the device yes that's what's gonna make it compelling cloud notifying iTunes rights got to have got -- cloud service of Iowa and violence by itself that's what's gonna make that device. -- compelling if anything because camera you know what you get a little -- -- camera but at the. Here's donated -- make X five is really good their phone cameras what I -- the best cameras in the world reminded Apple's new Smartphone. It's an outstanding pocket camera. Though the other don't -- they don't have a major breakthrough on the five. That keep evolving but it's not going to be a permanent water Clinton NFC chip to do's and eligible -- always visual excellence right now. -- but they don't trust that -- they think it's more. Risky but using a credit -- what -- it's safer but it just it reads like -- -- -- my phone they -- Republican -- one of the -- your -- they -- charge of any any companies gonna be able to pull off -- -- and push it for the right -- of the mass adoption rate it's going to be -- ago while covering many hundreds of millions of credit cards already lined -- -- -- -- -- -- in iTunes -- -- and start using -- to -- target. Well I'm curious about security as we mentioned alleys in Japan with these cellphones of these Waltz the -- your fingerprint as. He can unlock that yeah and I'm not here in the app for the ones that are coming out in the US or Europe that they don't have the fingerprint scanner and little metal -- just slightly after instead they're probably using just opinions on the screen. But -- -- phones locked I have to do -- -- to unlock it -- and then opinion. To enter to offer my payment and does that mean I got to pull up an -- into the -- to authorize the wireless that's not easy anymore. -- FC is supposed to be a minute he's -- -- just set -- it's supposed to be easier than swiping a credit card. And if they have too many layers of stuff written authorize that it bigger problem but we'll see you and it's it's too early the in the days. All right so we're gonna take a little click a breather here because I'm exhausted listen to brand stories from exhausting experience these duplicate around the heaviest so you know you're working -- decided I'd recommend and a dark and my it's I can't do that -- over their regular on the side here that outlet and it was all -- different podcasts all right we will be coming back -- -- old. Is launching something really new and special and Sony's PSP go is going by by. Our guys welcome back to buzz out loud Frankel in the house brand easily easily easily today -- -- jade necklace. Very very and Stephen beat him. I don't there it. Rocket the boards are -- -- -- -- jump in this again Amazon. To launch library lending for Kindle books this is really cool stuff. Customers will be able to borrow. Old from over 111000 local libraries to read on their Kindle and free Kindle reading. I'm still a little vague on this I've never used -- can build to borrow a book -- from another user or a library. -- -- -- -- to download books and read all that. Is this like currency. In a game. Or it's kind of -- -- virtual while I go or deal with a library to borrow a book you -- you go there right. Deed that -- -- was -- of things -- -- in the compelling. Reason and that they don't really -- this specifically is. Will -- a library have a different group of books to borrow right from because it is so allude to the fact that you know who's gonna scandals let's what are their licensing rates on need to these books. Also they're using digital versions that already exist you know I don't know where they get the rights to the ones that are still under copyright obviously the ones that are open that's that's easy enough but. What does it mean to borrow of an e-book from a library I assume my Disco to a library site or log in -- what you do that. They you know that here they mentioned local libraries I would think because they don't they don't say it'll be offered through your web browser or through the -- are. I think this is trying to get people to hang out -- just hang out -- go back to their library at least with a digital book libraries use overdrive. Couple folks from the chatroom are saying overdrive as soon as some kind of service. And not the sprint device. Inform -- on this this is completely. Amazed as we want to local library -- -- -- to do with virtual books it doesn't make sense locality is about physical books they're physically available in a certain place for your library houses -- -- but once they're virtual locality goes out the door it's weird. Yes sol one of the things that they're saying with this is that normally. This is -- you know and Amazon will normally making margin notes and library books is a big no no. So they're staying there was -- technology so you can do highlighting -- adding margins in notes to the books that you borrow. It's going to be used over whisper sync but there's gotta be some sort of. -- that's -- -- -- overdrive -- the lending service I didn't know about this chat rooms all over its overdrive does services Republican special libraries they provide a download service with millions of downloads so they've already got a library it looks like. They support Android IOS and Sony Reader. And they have a large base of the largest collection of premium audio books. They develop what they call -- virtual branch thirteen thousand libraries already have one of these. Tests. So the main entry the -- the -- and then the main appeal is to that person. And -- there is still agree quite a large of these that's that's not middle that's there in the middle they like -- but they still love their library yet they don't know what to do. And they want a cellular people -- liking -- on the library. The library things real divisive we can start -- hate storm has recently asked. Yeah yeah sorry but -- -- -- This -- in -- it's I don't get -- in -- I got libraries to they had really get air conditioner to conditioning good place to nap right. A vibrator for the very old -- the very unemployed I'm sorry that's where it's -- right now it doesn't make sense anymore. Now there's a library there's a library about by my house and -- rent movies from their real time TV shows that are at those that I silicon are William cost cutting and another -- -- -- the library does not raise that they. We provide the lowest cost and movies for our community that's optimistic you know -- not real proud -- that your. They're supposed to be about you know really -- educational stuff but. The local libraries are really starting to get seeking to my money unless it's for the -- to the poor the unemployed. The homeless. The -- Rick opal. That's what -- is reporting what what can high school's gonna get anything out of the library seriously. Yeah you got yeah he got some ninety year old reference librarian who's gonna -- -- -- to -- a Britannica volume to look something up was Google. Crying out -- There's something -- -- about getting down at least we're getting I climate you know there are plenty of bars. You are you gonna -- and I out of the guy who didn't drink well I -- I don't know how many you'll drink at the library at like. Yes alias -- the -- and get that leverage it for free Wi-Fi cheap movies like like Stephen -- -- -- -- Ray movies via using your tennis so did anyone at Tara our listing -- podcast. Has used the overdrive service and educate us a little bit about it yeah because clearly we -- a little you know. -- a slap in the back of the head to display Keller you -- director slots over equally. BLU out of the library district director for information the Internet authority got that done folks -- -- to people who read you who want these go to a library to get a book. Crazy -- Aren't people still I think I actually it's funny when even a Kindle fan but I -- -- -- Only put the story line like -- this is a good thing. I've -- it all went up -- library appoint. Also in news that may or may not be surprised -- -- not so happy news Sony is planning on discontinue lean. The the PSP go was there. And the move to an all digital gaming device -- but it fell flat on its space because it started off it it was around 240 -- 219 is 249. The biggest snafus with that if you owned any PSP games you're not able to port them over to -- all digital device you would after reports them. They had kind of alluded to the fact that oh -- sure you guys can. Transfer your games will work on Sunday but then when it actually came out the opted into anything and all of its it was. To break your whole heritage of the games -- love on the device and and the form factor of the PSP go with a lot more cramped people's though but -- -- thousands and yesterday. When you are here there's a report that PSPs are still are currently outselling the Nintendo three yes. The PSPs got a really strong undercurrent did it it's you know it's as portable -- console mobile game as you can get so it. To -- ten -- surprise for me their base station till this after six months. Yeah right he -- he got no life yet because anytime you break any of those things that I enjoy about a device how can you possibly say. Keep using it what's what's -- those that they were getting into this whole. Wireless delivered. Get your game wherever you go you don't have to hold this that's good and -- the that's the right idea but the way they went about it was not but to cut and run to go to a whole different model a little bit further there's no way to support their true -- so to -- Also face but yesterday the guys had any problems. May be received a lot of emails for no reason it's everything accidentally. Their systems turn on all. Email notifications for some users that's fun all that is well thought that -- -- where some. Users. They could face -- gonna post some people are subtly receiving email notifications are -- their turn off. And -- check boxes are now checked so people had to go into their settings and it unchecked. In and you heard you say going to FaceBook settings. That's just better -- -- -- today that after a day just to -- the -- the settings and everything gets checked and here's the problem. I'll -- and -- -- the single little glitch that made this happen there wasn't a reverse splits to undo it of course and they couldn't call it back. Because they didn't do it the first place so they didn't know how they did it at the FaceBook. Operations center and in the look at it -- -- won't. Suppose you and I are really popular I'm going to I'm going to guide you through this quick little. For step tutorial to change your email notification click the -- have the right corner ventures account settings and then into account things -- have notifications and the from a tap the top of the page you'll have 73 scenarios -- your face -- -- three content off it. It's good -- that one or more disclaimers on -- radio. So they did say. It was it has been fixed though that there won't. Be continuing to happen North Bergen new users but it -- problem around. 11:45. Am concerns antlers. -- excessive emails. Are some of the playbook -- do it -- maligned playbook has been getting slammed that a lot of reviews or at least getting a tepid response. And you know this is. I think it can be kind of -- harsh. Treatment at this early point in its launch -- rim has always said. They're gonna rule out a lot of features in the first few months it's not gonna launch fully -- it's fully -- for the enterprise Steve -- this guy it needs tethering to a Blackberry. It's really -- -- giving you lots of Blackberry functionality and they said software updates and future apps. -- not distant future are gonna bring a lot of the consumer stuff we want as well as independent connectivity in such. And -- -- ciskei savaged as if this is the only playbook they are ever gonna release. Z they said that the -- units at least what shipping at least 45000 units at launch -- it. You know that -- -- decently happy with it but -- I've gotta say. Sea rim. They haven't been able to define what this devices whether it's really. I I think you have to at least come with basic consumer features on your launch product whether it's for business. Or not this is a matter of -- managing expectations. More than having a bad -- -- -- bread and butter is all enterprise is a good start there and I can roll outs. The consumer stuff -- but they should've made that clear in all the run -- wilderness and same -- you -- -- how to market this device than they were -- annual we're gonna launch. We're gonna have an Android emulator does load all these and right -- -- like you want everything. In el Largo resident -- consumer device right out of the box and you know yeah I mean -- -- they sold 45000 on the first day of launch is according to Jefferies & Company an analyst -- But we don't know if that's gonna be continued rate of -- all the built in pre orders it -- -- -- got satisfied and how it's gonna be a trickle we don't know. What they really wanted to scare away consumers and make sure this was a business device for only -- users the fact is that you had to tether your rim phone. In order to get access to your email. Calendar. And contact. That's how it's gonna work with the Blackberry that's how they've done intentionally so -- only to do one set up and that's their way of going after the enterprise and saying look you don't want all your employees. Fiddling with two devices you manage the one from your Blackberry server. It pushes out the settings all that. And we're gonna just -- that to the playbook -- authorization. It's part of this managed control and enterprise wants you at least they didn't message this right these -- -- -- -- it got labeled an iPad killer. And that's not even its intention -- launch. -- date they should they should have just. Released -- or just said this is strictly. A business device -- into consumer pick this up thinking that it's and it if you can't hear -- contacts and calendar and now this is not for it's consumer it's just they -- without a tether. The -- expectations were iPad killer. -- iPad like it's not it's not iPad like at this point you can go there but it needs a bunch of software stack improvements. Improvements additions. It was -- -- half -- tactic if you want to be a night out. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And I don't know I don't just the -- the witnesses even -- -- Are you know we won't dwell on India global -- on it needs to be washed as -- -- -- New York auto show is opening today but we've got a bunch of our car tech team their right now so -- and Antuan are out there blogging and photo blogging and in going to all the parties. And we -- Wilson tang up there with -- New York crew when they're shooting a bunch of the video I am not there obviously I'm here showing -- prison jewelry. -- that doesn't mean we're not covering it heavily and video we're -- -- working that out from San Francisco under some of the top pilots coming out of the show are regain some details on this Chevy might link technology which is their version of my Ford sync or the Ide drive or any of those in car in -- addicts technologies. And we're getting a really good look at the a way that's gonna work. If you haven't seen -- -- we'll have good video coming up but it looks up and we can take the screen. Looks a little bit like this it's the screen they have of the new Malibu. Where -- school's -- ahead here yet and they're gonna see over the -- today. In the center stack where about security to push a button. The screen tilts up for an iPod -- You put your iPhone or iPod in there -- they show but also Bluetooth Tron inspired -- -- on the full blue on color scheme right. And that it's got all the various sorts of Internet functions in terms of -- pandora and it's also got stage right and scroll back you can just kind of see on the screen. Right they air. The little hard to see to -- your video version but you do have pandora. On the bottom row you've also got stature bottom left with their first foray. Into this idea of apps in the car. -- -- -- -- Nobody can receive federal efforts on the new Malibu which are also covered -- -- the new -- video going up just a few hours later on tonight if you're watching us -- on Wednesday twentieth. And we also have a look at the new Hyundai Accent which it's not exactly a high tech are. We're gonna take a look at that because it was so god awful until this new -- do. That's the new one if you're watching a video version its -- at the least it looks modern. -- don't call it a pretty car. -- -- didn't all the current property so it's an improvement it's okay. Sun hunt and a little love on the does it really started as a -- everything right right now I don't -- enter my back on the handle both economic union like they're on fire. And it may be better in the old -- and what about -- Until we have Larry -- the president which is probably just a couple turns away we're doing things like this for Google is of course the official outlet for the government agencies that want to give you -- list. All the places you can go to charge. Your electric car. And there hasn't been anything quite this. Like this comprehensive before. And -- we can take a look here at this actual site they've got built up. Where -- here we are here. We take the screen. Steve I hope you got that. And what we do is the middleman Apple you you take a look -- -- -- in the show notes. And you can select the I want electric I want ethanol 85 the strong capital I want hydrogen biodiesel whatever -- asking for for alternative fuel. And they'll do a Google map. When all the government data that they've acquired from every single provider I haven't seen anything quite this comprehensive. So it's great if you are looking to find a charging -- filling station it's also great you're curious. -- the market moving. Is it for real or not. These -- their target hydrogen based cars out there are just sort of experimental okay because I'm like yeah you guys I'm not gonna know -- resist it when I'm out there like just you test -- But but they're out there you know and people -- a lot of folks are still hydrogen gates let us. The next big do you really noticeable when you can just build -- in an empty driveway in this -- and millions -- that's your idea yet this is the new version of his jacket someone's Wi-Fi that's. Plugging and plugging it polluted team only in any hint. This drive does that have to drive -- run the extension cable ads don't hang out for an hour element this is like the -- war driving people to be talking outlets instead of -- -- Saying this is it the other thing people steal the jokes you've heard it here. Steal the volt sedan the RI is still the voltage were gone over to get some quick hands. There's a lot of -- or whatever -- There aren't actually -- -- I think a little different buzz and Brian just FYI and -- right a report predicts tablet sales. To reach 49 billion dollars by 2015 this is research from strategy analytics. That tablet growth is on in. Explosive. Explosive explosive growth and there's an estimation of an 800% increase in the next four years I. You know I read these things and -- see how you know. The tablet. Industry -- or just the lower and the desire for tablet for lot of people that don't even need them yeah. I don't know that's when when you talk about five years on the -- will really be 800% growth increase and now I'm an album this is -- little bit about. There's gotta be a point where people like you know what I love this -- but now I see -- my friends not really using it and or -- majority is gonna need to keep up morning -- You get a MacBook Air -- stop is -- Basically did a really I just -- my iPad now the president out very elaborate PowerPoint -- All these are serious and expensive tablet I know alright I'm serious -- almost never pick that thing up. A productions. -- consider -- in the bathroom. That's -- -- -- does know through lives a basically it is good that my my -- plays -- you can cut the rope. Does Seattle -- also to prison culture thing to -- I'll let the other thing is they that the prediction is that the sale -- -- of tablets were eighteen million units total. That's your launch your almost all of those 85 or 90% were Apple ipads. The question is -- would -- this year the -- the range is wide from forty I've seen to 58 million this year. In 2011 and the big question mark there is how many of those will be bought and deployed by companies by enterprise -- not consumers consumers we can -- read. But the enterprise and anywhere from five to twenty million it's a huge swing of how many companies are gonna buy and this is what things -- the playbook coming. Like at the playbook to hit that number gets bigger if it's not. The companies may not think that the iPad as a way to go and in -- That number but a lot of companies already adopting iPad and there's making -- -- thing in developing apps where you are a like we've never seen before the companies are embracing iPad but they never embraced iPhone. And ancillary different. So the resulting projects and -- that 800% increase just in case you guys wanna know. 150 million units. In 2015. Minutes and fifteen that's a big number the big number but -- we'll see we -- -- -- like throwing these numbers on the wall you also in case you guys. Work. Are waiting for this LG slate that he's late Saturday -- G Android land to -- is the G slate as the G money is -- for you. And added them to add to my -- right now really non does that Ottawa three until about him that I do not -- three day. Another another told of ice underneath the forgy you don't need to -- not now needs to reveal the four G this is like a sixteen by ten displays and -- super wide soon. It looks like. You know everywhere at it was -- everyone wanted to super -- -- but I don't like the 2.0 not an either I like a seal standard. Y and I'm not -- I like the Apple dimensions but I like. That the media -- -- the iPad slowly at the Apple -- that the iPad is too for fastest rate of 43. Facility this looks like sixteen by ten analysts that photo is stretched on the Amazon site and I get the sixteen to sixteen X tablet looks really one in somewhere in the middle of what I want not a correct aspect ratio for cinema. But -- tablets a different device. A -- -- it's too long and wide like that it becomes ungainly when you're holding it vertically its three top heavy than. Oh but that's ideal when it's in landscape mode to really show videos -- proper aspect ratio so it's it's a tough one to figure nobody waits for sale -- -- For dying for the G sleep forgy it's finally out and it's 800 box on activated. Yes so the battle tablets. -- list Android right now that's where it's not say maybe maybe you will see rule I wanna see webos do some things -- webos and Windows 7. Slash -- which is really going to be -- -- three wild cards to me there's two guys in the finals and his in his does a seat for one more panels of -- three -- buy for. It blows that Windows 7 so they're showing their tap they're showing off their tablet OS in 2002 all. Supposed to be a preview like this summer -- heard one of our audience real preview windows -- -- -- -- but. That's -- -- you don't know no doubt about windows is gonna -- -- story and tablet that's gonna be a little late. -- guys -- friends decide all right what problems for you there's a fun little story. Survey done by business insider. At the guys take this out the link is with in the article there's a bunch of graphs about why people -- this is specific to Smartphones in which a lesser platform they like. More or dislike more yeah one of the most compelling -- is -- tidbits of information coming up from here Android users most say they will never buy an iPhone. Because. They hate Apple. In quotes they hate Apple that was actual wider choice -- a voluntary deal they hate. Apple says you -- I don't if you can look for I'm not sure how many people actually surveyed there was a lot of religion involved in this. But there's a breakdown of reasons of why you might buy an iPhone instead of an Android phone 55 point 7% said nothing I hate Apple. 31 point 2% said an iPhone that works better with non Apple apps and products which is probably the most logical -- reason why you -- it. Well it was the second ministries and and the others were just you know 76 of -- percent of NT five point seven and eight. -- fan boy -- love is -- There if you look at the at the what the the change ability of current Smartphone users who are considering a tablet -- OS tablet even -- People who have an IOS or iPhone. Are like 80% gonna buy an iPad. People who have an Android phone are 5050 -- considerate IOS are -- consider an Android tablet. Of people that are Blackberry phone users are like 80% I want anything else so it's weird -- breaks down -- it's kind of understandable to the Android folks are the ones who were ambivalent this thing will I like Android -- consider something else an equal measures. But also the most tech savvy and you. -- -- -- -- Also in other news we had reported here first of from my close source that -- Macs were coming in at the end of April and the first week of may it looks like. There's more -- that's -- point tonight coming to fruition I think had posted on nearly three or four weeks ago based on my close close source -- Apple's. -- mean their supply line to resellers and there. They can despise -- And that means agreed to change the shelves snack okay anyway -- exactly so if you guys are waiting for that's. -- who don't if you buy one now in your list in this podcast -- students slap you just did its audio. Stupid word -- and HBO is now got an iPad and iPhone app. So this streaming out of those legacy didn't have anything I OS until now -- yet they have never done it on mobile devices only on your laptop up to this point okay as a volatile in general is new for them -- -- first Centrino mobile devices they're going violence first. Deal are planning to migrate over Android but they haven't sent anything official on the yet they gotta get the pool as they've obviously done because you've got Time Warner Cable Cablevision and Comcast all now have maps that give you some subset of what they give you -- your cable subscription. Course the difference is -- the cable guys have to protect their cable infrastructures of the make you continue to subscribe to cable and Internet. Broadband as well and I think in Time Warner's case you actually have to also be using your mobile on the home router. He -- the whole you have to be local yeah too right it is a local programming rights thing yet what's very restrictive but everyone's going there because this is where the TV the big TV industry is moving into the got to go global. So he's got to their. Also follow up a while ago we talked about rock -- we even had one of the founders of the rock and a web browser here in our show. They just released their browser for the iPhone so cool stuff you guys won't take that as well I don't okay should we do a happy -- -- it. Well that's weird. -- ladies and German boys and girls while we just don't get that now -- Santa -- while. With Laguna. If you're familiar with the terminator -- or history -- And more recently -- -- chronicles a terminator series -- on TV. Based on the gates discussed on that show which was quite awesome actually. Yesterday. It's and it became self aware April 19 11 PM 8:11 PM and then judgment day. According to a -- Terminator ads will include -- address our world -- an average time yeah are you where's my -- -- need to dig my bunker right now that to plant -- that is my plans clunker. A live the kind of technology -- talk about you're not gonna be seen underground I can't tell -- your little else can I -- you get the I'm gonna go make friends -- Jeff Bezos of one a Seattle right now. Is the of one of those crazy space plane hangars and -- private rockets were to bring to the Google guys billion yen when it has got the digital space thing we gotta -- orbit that's the only we're gonna survive they're going to shoot us down with their missiles if we try to fly if we leave -- -- -- we go fast. I didn't leave right now you know how Hartley got the show right now get out of this it is hard unified rats it's hard -- -- -- bin -- I'm -- -- programs. Alright that's what I'm doing so well. It yet we want to hear from you guys because service. Judgment is coming -- kind of scared it's come -- -- there's some sites that are don't have you know five ways to survive the -- got apocalypse is nothing physical key benefits and market resulting -- about twenty years. I know judgment based companies those is that anything new but the -- -- I would give. So here's a few tips now you guys might think of on this is coming from a MTV's blog while we're actually he's an art but here's the -- you guys might be able to survive. Judgment it so where lots of sunblock getting cool is that that's -- that's -- -- thing. -- -- -- -- -- Net -- aggressively. Calories mentions in -- in the original terminator possibly humans -- trusted -- bodies into the machines disposal units. And they stay long enough to live long and there are still gonna need and it's still gonna need SBC types -- another thing that -- once you do get off degrade. -- -- that would delay at least. He -- -- because. Turn popular location based services throw your iPhone out the window that went into a -- so that's who they think you are -- -- its support when it suddenly it all came down because each victim of forced -- to want to be the merits of stupid -- And I never get free sandwich after. They object if you never got a sandwich it but he killed. This on -- -- -- also the -- -- a pretty good would be a team player the machines they work well together they don't machines don't have egos there for one comical humans. The difference are we need to work together early work together will seem sort of like them. -- sort of cooperating. And a subsequent Q and in congress which street crime analyst I have I don't know if you guys came up with ones you haven't yet tips. Ha ha you might survive the -- in apocalypse -- Tell you I'm not -- probably mean -- -- awesome Branson rock. I know what I'm gonna do the cameras come due and I -- space on a regular and of education to -- evidence I'm gonna bunker -- the up. With that years of law as much span -- -- -- -- because I don't think if humans Zoellick spam terminator don't like spam might lubricate their connections. These things -- seeing that little sea lion on the top. To they're people Mosul ranges were because the -- -- -- aside. When you an idea that you need to stop -- -- while just accept applicants accepted and has been a router on the show. Alright so everyone listening to buzz that town we'd like to hear your emails your thoughts of how you'll survive. The terminator apocalypse judgment day. April 21. 2011 which is tomorrow if we don't have a show you'll know when I don't have -- show you on the -- what know what happened or it all right so yeah you can email us that buzz at cnet.com but we -- gonna go hit. Our feedback loop where you can. I first up to the voicemails. One of our callers had a little. And Christine observation that cool tip about Netflix that -- and we know. -- -- -- -- Story. Short walk a few comments that -- is that -- And that I had a -- or dvd and my girlfriend and I extreme. -- all. Wondering if you're going to -- and ordered. Him or it's clearly it out and eat eat eat eat all week. You get stream multiple. Sources. Your comment is I don't I. Don't worry if you get the extra mile out all -- Out toward what you're a New York -- CC. Could have occurred on. It agreed -- and meet all packaged in law and get each. I am wondering if each and -- and allow -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I didn't know that about the sub accounts yet we didn't know so we kind of checked into a -- you guys might know already but. You can -- -- for our profiles via and it -- -- -- -- profiles at least is that. They can -- -- of their own -- -- recommendations -- likes but the tunnel. They don't they can't watch movies. They can't watched. -- live -- They can fidelity don't have axed in century mean and they aren't -- the -- dvds and that in that not -- yes that is part of your over all members Xia a little -- and of them and of the queue and their -- -- yet been given priority. The main thing about this is that at least all the U. The framework underneath this is in place for them to just flip the switch right and turn those profiles and accounts in two part of the family planting -- we -- you have some profiles on here you wanna get -- this in a and we can -- can watch and that's through this could be via the foundation for the gramley account that week he. All right onto the emails -- -- from patched in Canada. Got a little phone redirect story -- market. -- -- -- -- tech support for Verizon a few years ago and someone had called for help. With their brother printer and fax machine so. I called 1800 brother without looking it up and I was greeted by. -- rather husky voice -- Well we go let's gave -- -- phone and actually do -- let's just say out out with bring up -- -- want it or not they can all keep on an email -- leader who has dialysis alienating an offer to help with printer problems 100 grosans. -- -- -- -- Audubon and you know right miss dial and discover yet another Indian elements -- it tells -- I hung up. And then went to find the actual number that was slightly -- -- 86 X number I think normally I don't check I just assumed the numbers find. -- -- How many people that I send to phone -- Yours alone or thrown -- 35 thing. -- could be -- had to -- in the UQ a 1800 -- hundred at 1800 theory goes one to be a big being switched -- so to speak. We got the. They fit -- they -- it already. Me yeah -- And when refund me. Through fun and interest loans guerrillas and -- the corner and refine it. Well there whoa hold everything that's all wrong don't hold OK while. You're currently on your brother -- -- -- regular the last one -- while okay. At the same wanted to hear well and it strategies are pay -- and Jimmy the micro -- -- in the -- habit of science you may have overlooked the other day. Some. The trans cranial stimulation story came out a little while ago but not relating to soldiers instead they had test subjects -- solve -- stick puzzles. And introduce a new set of puzzles that required a novel discovery. The group with the stimulation proved to be three times as good as making that discovery. And at solving the puzzles the idea is you suppressed the logical side of the brain. And so that it is forced to send tasks to the creative side which apparently is better to do in the logical step even -- got a chance. Quality guys pondered the implications of this thinking got to talking about the nine volt battery stimulation thing right yes that that was from that from coupled with those limited stimulation its -- stimulation through current. Of the side of the brain that's logical force in the creative sides take over the load and it's really good at doing what it does and what everyone does make it today we -- all these little more creatively sometimes entity to do logic -- your creative side is that just like the coolest thing. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Doing and doing logic you criticize that's gonna happen a lot today in the ports one mean -- writes its designers -- -- -- I didn't actually I was even -- this green shirt on purpose and even come in this room with a piece of jade jewelry on -- -- You tell me my creek decides not doing my a -- -- the state isn't it. Yes. Okay -- -- is sports when -- would even know the special day. There's no way this is a normal -- no way Arnold arboretum is doing our logic and Allen were already there Michael -- addresses a -- like pain and ideas on your face right rights. -- Next email to some -- from dozens of volunteers are based but I my at a -- about uploading videos through the FaceBook app. -- says FaceBook does -- -- upload videos from your phone if you dig in your FaceBook accounts mobile settings. You'll find an email address send a message to it and the subject becomes your status attached pictures or videos -- the subject becomes the caption. Been using a -- -- -- applications socks. Cool we we actually tried this and you my friend are -- were X said he got your FaceBook account on your web browser. Go in the top right corner to account in your account settings then there's mobile a -- out via the mobile -- but then you will see an actual email address. On the bottom left is a box -- you -- click on the right and says go to FaceBook mobile either one will reveal this really ugly FaceBook mobilized until -- -- toolbar problem gobbledygook at M dot FaceBook dot -- -- -- gonna get but that if you send an email to that the subject becomes the wall update the attachment video becomes posted an embedded in and it works -- -- -- put up a second video of me I did it was great. Alright guys down I think shoes the skulls that are done getting wiped out got to get out here on out I -- -- certain bitterness right now so let's get out of your show no. Below that cnet.com yeah all of its leader voice -- voice mailbox is clear 806162638. Seat -- and ET. But at cnet.com also for those YouTube life -- state to -- will be doing an interview with Steven Levy who wrote that. Ridiculous book about the inner workings of Google she's doing that. Right after -- I believe that will give them approximately around twenty point five minutes to stick around for that we will be here tomorrow Molly back in the house and that's gonna do today I'm go to the library to get an capsules the other thing is doing all right. CEO.