On today's show, Verizon tries to claim the Motorola Droid doesn't have the hardware to support hotspot tethering with Froyo. And here's the thing: that's a lie. In other news, the BlackBerry Torch hits, Rdio lands, and the FBI is cracking down on coloring books. Or something. I'm a tiny bit incoherent today.
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RIM announces BlackBerry Torch
No Hotspot, No Tethering for Motorola Droid
Attorney General Investigates Potentially Anticompetitive E-Book Deals With Amazon And Apple
Check-In On Foursquare Without Taking Your Phone Out Of Your Pocket
Are HDTVs with unbreakable glass necessary?
1962 glass could be Corning’s next bonanza seller
No E-Books Allowed in This Establishment
Spotify Who? Rdio Launches In The US And Canada, Lands More Indie Music Deals
FBI Instructs Wikipedia To Drop FBI Seal
Google launches multiple sign-in
Microsoft plugs Windows shortcut hole
Nasa scientists braced for ‘solar tsunami’ to hit earth
Today’s featured Buzz Out Loud remix at the end of the show:
Brian Burwell… uh… thanks? (I think)
Keith in Abelene re Hulu
British guy on rebooting the Net
After yesterday’s show, I got to thinking. How long it is before the majority of individual, personal data is stored in the cloud and how dangerous is that? With the growth of Google Docs and any emerging cloud solution from Microsoft, coupled with the rapid rise in online backup solutions, how long is it before individuals are really at risk of their information being hacked out of the cloud? Soon instead of hackers having to hack millions of individual systems they will only need to hack a few.
Is there a more locavore solution whereby an individual can have multiple system back-ups, both on and off-site such as at home and in the office but not turn over control of their data to a large 3rd party?
If we don’t do this, what happens when someone blows up the cryo-prison?
Michael A. McDowell
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