Late Tuesday, Amazon made its larger-format Kindle e-reader an international affair. We also talk TV in 3D, more environmentally friendly winemaking, and turning your TV into a telepresence gadget.
It might have been the least-surprising move thus far, but on Tuesday Amazon finally brought international wireless capability to its Kindle DX. This will let users of the larger-format Kindle get books while outside of their home country, and more importantly, out of the U.S.
In today's podcast we also talk about the Xbox 360 becoming the most-used game console, technology that could have you watching football games in 3D in time for next year's Super Bowl, and new technology from winemaker Kendall-Jackson that will save a few million gallons of water.
Amazon beefs up wireless Kindle family
Xbox 360 is most-used game console, Nielsen says
First dedicated 3D networks coming to TV
Cisco brings telepresence home
Study: Three-quarters of U.S. adults use Internet
Kendall-Jackson to drastically cut water usage
IE shrinks in '09 but maintains dominance