Sarah Harbin, Buzz's producer and editor since 2007, and I tried to come up with some of the best moments of the past seven years and compile … Read more
Justin, Jaymar, Antuan & Stephen predict the future of the Android Operating System all the way in the year 2020. All that and more on this week's edition of Android Atlas WeeklySubscribe: iTunes (MP3) | iTunes (320x180) | iTunes (640x360) | RSS (MP3) | RSS (320x180) | RSS (640x360) EPISODE 92
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Links from Friday's episode of Loaded:Apple and Google will testify before Congress next month regarding smartphone privacy Hulu Plus is coming to Xbox Live
Best Buy is giving away free phones until tomorrow
Research In Motion acquires a calendaring company called Tungle
The Jurassic Park video game will come out this fall on Xbox and PlayStationPepsi announces social vending-machines that let you gift sodas to your friends
Links from Friday's episode of Loaded:
Beware the Unfollowed Me virus on Twitter
The new Skype for Android lets you IM and make voice calls over Wi-Fi or 3G, though there are no video calls yet
Google launches its Groupon-mimicking Offers in Portland
Verizon says its next-generation iPhone will be a world phone
A public radio station in San Francisco lets listeners donate and then listen to pledge-drive-free programming
The royal wedding is mentioned about every 10 seconds online and will be streamed live on YouTube next week
Links from Thursday's episode of Loaded:
Amazon.com launches a library lending program for its Kindle e-readerToshiba's tablet will come out in June in Japan and shortly thereafter abroad Google launches Earth Builder for cloud storage of geographic and geospacial data
Gamefly wins its case against the U.S. Postal Service
Links from Monday's episode of Loaded:
Phillips scales back its TV business.
The District of Columbia is aiming to legalize and tax online poker.
Google is about to shut down Google Video once and for all.
Google also is funding research to teach computers how to feel regret.
The sequel to Uncharted will have direct integration with Facebook and YouTube.
Samsung may be selling off its hard-drive business.