Digital City 93: iPhone 4 lines still long; back-to-school tech picks; BioShock Infinite props
This week, Scott stands in a very long line at the Apple store for an iPhone 4; Dan previews NYC Taxi TV fixes; we reveal back-to-school tech picks; and check out some cool BioShock Infinite props.
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Dan Ackerman leads CNET's coverage of computers and gaming hardware. A New York native and former radio DJ, he's also a regular TV talking head and the author of "The Tetris Effect" (Hachette/PublicAffairs), a non-fiction gaming and business history book that has earned rave reviews from the New York Times, Fortune, LA Review of Books, and many other publications.
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Ep. 93: iPhone 4 lines still long; back-to-school tech...
This week, Scott stands in a very long line at the Apple store for an iPhone 4; Dan previews some possible fixes for NYC's terrible Taxi TV screens; and we reveal everyone's back-to-school tech picks.
Two video games have us buzzing right now. It's Madden season, so Scott (dressed in full Jet regalia) and Joey debate the merits of this year's $60 roster update; then we check out the trailer for BioShock Infinite, and show off some cool props from the game we managed to get our hands on (you can also check them out in the gallery below).