On today's show, a brief digression on the topic of McRibs and then back to the serious news of the Windows Phone 7 launch, Amazon doubling rev share for newspaper and magazine publishers, and broadband satellite service with real speeds. Also, our review of the first TV with Google TV inside, and the best looking iPhone game ever. --Molly
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Google Search comes to Windows Phone 7
Windows Phone 7 launch aftermath
HTC HD7 sells out
Amazon Opens The Door For An Apple Newspaper Store
… and more than doubles rev share for newspaper and magazine publishers
eBooks are now a $1 billion industry
Color Comes to E Ink Screens
Tablet maker Kno announces textbook-friendly models in time for holidays
Finally, broadband satellite with real speed
Limewire lives again!
REVIEW: Sony NSX-46I (Google TV)
Epic Games shows off best looking iPhone game EVAR: Infinity Blade
Google launches instant previews
TSA Bans Toner and Ink Cartridges On Planes
Apple buys Wi-Gear to build stereo Bluetooth headphones
Hasbro unveils device that promises 3-D on iPod
Your cell phone will be able to tell if you have an STD
Dallas Cowboys forget to renew domain name, Website goes dark
NFL player gets out of ticket by signing autograph; brags about it on Twitter
Rockmelt invite winners:
Michael Jaeckle — said he would give his invites back to BOL fans
Sam Katz — you tried Flock, you’ve suffered enough
Gil Cabrera, longtime fan
Cody Kelly — this would change my life with socialness
Megan Cullor — would like one because Bob
Jordan Cauley — Wants one for his Palm Pre (at least it’s a Plus)
Hear me out … Jason Bell.
Hey buzz town!
I ran accross this article first on PCmag then again on Lifehacker.
So, I quicky went to check to see if my favorite podcast, BOL, has gotten the chance to report the good news!
Zscaler, a provider of a cloud based security service for webtraffic has just release a Firefox tool called Blacksheep. It’s used to help combat the easy to use hacker tool Firesheep. The software works by basicly bating firesheep with a fake ip session cookie and waits to see if that cookie gets hijacked. Once it does, Blacksheep alerts the user that someone on your wifi network is using Firesheep. As far as I know, Blacksheep doesn’t go farther than alerting the user and I wish it did more but it’s a much needed help until open wifi protocols becomes more secure.
The Mo-Wood, B-Tong shows have always make me smile the most; look forward to many laughs. Love the Show,
the MIS UNLV student
Check out this. Steve Jobs can role in some more money as Victoria hands out iPads to every doctor in the State.
Love the show
From Nathan in Victoria
Hey Buzz Crew,
I just got an email that made my day! Angry Birds updated it’s Android app for more levels, which is good. But more importantly, the plush toys are up for preorder! Only $15 and they ship next month! Buying a blue one to see if Rafe was right about them breaking the Law of Conservation of Mass!
Love the show,
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