In titles we didn't use because they're not SEO-friendly, topics today include the fact that it's on like Brian Tong (tm), Jessica Simpson's tooth fur, gold does grow on trees, and tiny fists of rage. We interview RockMelt's CEO and ask him to explain that name, and we preview the latest TRON trailer MST3K style. Did we mention the tooth fur? Ew. --Molly
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Interview with Co-Founder and CEO of RockMelt Eric Vishria
First Look: Rockmelt
Hulu Plus comes to Boxee
… and the box is finally shipping
Fox.com joins NBC, ABC and CBS by blocking Google TV
Android No. 2 Mobile OS: Apple Eats Its Dust
Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales Grew 35 Percent in Third Quarter 2010; Smartphone Sales Increased 96 Percent
"Hulu for Magazines" Launching Early 2011 - But Only For Android
Mozilla launches F1 button: declares war on AddThis, Tweet buttons, Facebook Like, etc?
Skyfire pulls in nearly $1 million in its first weekend in the app store
Nintendo seeks to trademark ‘On like Donkey Kong’
YAFE: Yet Another Facebook Event. Inbox project?
Open source Kinect camera driver now available for download
FCC to examine Google WiFi mess
Report: Apple did NOT acquire Wi-Gear
Smartphone germ killer
U.S. Army develops tooth-cleaning gum
Gold nanoparticles turn trees into streetlights
Third ‘Tron Legacy’ trailer hits, and is amazing
iPad vying with notebooks, peace on holiday wish lists
Miranda: how Dustin can speed up his commute
Brian: another idea for gift conversion
James on Toner
Hey i saw this article and thought molly would get molly would get a kick out of this. It is an article that shows that the iphone (an ios phone) is running android 2.2 before her fascinate (an ANDROID PHONE). I am a big fan of the show and thought i might let you know about this.
Apparently pedestrians are not the only ones blindly following google maps!
Darren the electronics tech in South Bend, IN
Hey ToBeMo (or not ToBeMo),
Today my wife found an iPhone on the street. It was locked and she didn’t know what to do with it. Using the iPhone hack I learned on BOL I was able to get to the contacts list. He didn’t have a “Home” number defined, but he had imported his contacts from his email account, so the group name was his email address. I quick Google search lead me to a name and phone number and within 10 minutes I had returned the phone.
While it’s still scary how insecure the phone is, in this case it worked out well.
Love the show,
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