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Responses to the FCC's request for comment on how and why apps are approved (or not) for the Apple iTunes App Store came in at the end of last week. Today, we look at the responses from Apple, AT&T, and Google. Also: good and bad news for Pirate Bay founders; Snow Leopard ships early; Nokia enters the ...
Sony's announcement of the PlayStation 3 Slim earlier this week was no surprise for most gamers and industry experts. Parts that once cost a small fortune, such as hard drives, processors, and special disc-reading lenses, continue to fall in price and take up less space, so it's natural the machines ...
Is it time to drop the Netbook label? CNET News reporter Erica Ogg thinks so, and she joins the podcast to talk about why. That, and other headlines of the day, on Thursday's CNET News Daily Podcast. Listen now: Download today's podcast Today's stories: Facebook disables rogue phishing apps Nintendo: ...
It's official: MySpace is acquiring iLike. Reporter Caroline McCarthy talks about what the deal means for the Facebook version of the music service and how it plays into MySpace's overall goals. Also in today's podcast: A Missouri woman gets the dubious honor of being the first person charged with the ...
On today's podcast we talk to CNET executive editor David Carnoy about the newly announced PlayStation 3 Slim from Sony. It may be smaller and cheaper than the older model, but is it missing features? We also talk about iTunes market share, lawsuits against Facebook and Twitter, and one of the largest ...
Is it a hoax, a blunder, or a real leak that's telling us that an upcoming Apple tablet will compete with the Amazon Kindle? A Borders Books survey asks customers if they're planning on buying an "iPad" e-reader. In other broken news, yet another Mac app goes Intel-only, Twitter may be shutting down ...
CNET's Greg Sandoval learns from music industry sources that Apple's new album cover technology, code-named Cocktail, will be on the menu at the company's annual September event. Though a date has not been officially announced, the ninth month of the year is when Apple traditionally holds a keynote style ...
At more and more companies, employees are being encouraged to play video games together as team-building exercises. CNET News reporter Daniel Terdiman has more. Plus, Microsoft confirms Zune HD details. Listen now: Download today's podcast Today's stories: Microsoft confirms Zune HD details Zune HD packs ...
Microsoft and Nokia said Wednesday that they are working together to bring Office to Nokia cell phones. Reporter Ina Fried talks about what the two rivals hope to gain by partnering up. Also in this podcast: Federal judge bars Microsoft from selling Word; RealDVD software deemed copyright-infringing; ...
CNET News reporter Greg Sandoval joins the podcast to talk about his multipart series on the once-promising music start-up SpiralFrog, which folded last year as a result of factors including inexperienced and divided leadership, wild spending, and strategic missteps. He talks about what lessons the saga ...
Consolidation in the URL shortening space was bound to happen eventually. And it has begun. One such service found at Tr.im has shut down, taking thousands of short links with it. In other broken promises: Microsoft's formerly free-forever small business sites now carry a yearly domain registration fee. ...
After demonstrating Project Natal at E3 in June, Microsoft hasn't revealed many further details about its plan for the motion-sensing technology it's working on. But CNET's Ina Fried was in Redmond recently and got to take Natal for a spin. She joins us on the podcast to tell us about the experience ...
CNET News reporter Caroline McCarthy talks about the denial-of-service attacks that hit Twitter, Facebook, and possibly other sites Thursday morning. That, and other headlines of the day, on the CNET News Daily Podcast. Listen now: Download today's podcast Today's stories: Twitter crippled by denial-of-service ...
The Black Hat and Defcon hacker conferences wrapped up over the weekend, and security reporter Elinor Mills was in Las Vegas for both. But over the years, she's learned that it's wise to pack a bit of paranoia when you go to such shows. She joins today's podcast to talk about the kinds of hijinks that ...
We get Stephen Shankland on the phone to talk about PayPal's big outage Monday that cost the company millions in lost or delayed transactions. We also talk about new features coming to Google's Chrome browser, the next generation of memory cards, and WiMax coming to more U.S. cities. Listen now: Download ...
Google CEO Eric Schmidt has resigned from the Apple board of directors. What does this mean for Apple? For Google? To discuss, we have CNET reporter Tom Krazit in the studio. Last month, he wrote a column, called "Mr. Schmidt, step down from that board." Also: Apple's tablet spied? Windows 7 means yet ...
CNET News reporter Ina Fried got a chance to speak with Microsoft Entertainment division president Robbie Bach, and finds out more about the company's vision for the Zune brand, including bringing it to the Xbox 360. Bach also talked about the latest project, Natal, and bringing the already-behind schedule ...
In the studio we have CNET News reporter and fellow news podcast host Erica Ogg to talk about new rumors that Apple will be making an appearance at next year's Consumer Electronics Show. Are they true? Tune in to find out. We also talk about frustrated iPhone developers with angry customers, Sony and ...
After more than a year of back and forth, Microsoft and Yahoo have finalized a deal to share search and advertising resources. Reporter Tom Krazit talks about what it will mean for the two companies, Google, and everyday users. Also in today's podcast: fake antivirus software has infiltrated millions ...
Sprint on Tuesday announced it was planning to snatch up Virgin Mobile in the U.S. The buy puts Sprint in a good position to compete with prepaid offerings from other carriers. We talk to CNET News writer Maggie Reardon to hear what kind of money Sprint is making off customers of these prepaid programs, ...
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