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Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #50 for April 2, 2009:X-Men Wolverene film leaked a month before releaseTime Warner monthly data caps spread beyond TexasGoogle restores tethering Apps to the Android MarketplaceObama gives Queen Elizabeth an iPodPlaystation 3 2.7 firmware sports in game text chat and external video storageVerizon vows mo…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #49 for March 30, 2009:Spam returns to 94% of all emailGoogle Chrome coming to the Mac by fall?Opera Mobile 9.7 to have support for Flash, Google Gears, and server-side compressionChinese cyberespionage network runs across 103 nationsSony Drops the price of the Playstation 2ABC/Disney looking to join Hulu…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #48 forFebruary 12, 2009:Rumor: iTunes may get streaming moviesNetwork management amendment failed to make it into the stimulus packageDell starts selling dual-boot laptopsRussian and US satellites collidePioneer to leave the TV business in March 2010 to focus on audioData tethering is coming to the Palm …
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #47 forFebruary 11, 2009:Apple stopped multitouch on AndroidTwitter to possibly start charging companies for extra featuresTeens spend 31 hours a week onlineMcCartney says lables are stopping the Beatles from coming to iTunesSirius XM looks to be going bankrupt40% of tv stations will abandon analog broadc…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #44 for December 22, 2008:Google gives employees G1 phones instead of cash for their Christmas bonusThe last major VHS retailer abandons the formatGarmin to launch an Android phone in 2009Windows XP gets four more months to liveTeen file-sharing up 46%First internet-created feature film to debut next mont…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #46 for January 21, 2009:Teen assults mother with a taco for unplugging his Xbox 360Sweeden considering police action against file sharersFCC investigates Comcast's VoIP trafficPlaystation 3 gets a photo gallery app and more DivX support in new 2.60 firmwareGoogle ads showing up on IsoHunt cause a controv…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #45 for January 19, 2009:Verizon jumps on the femtocell bandwagonWatch the Presidential Inauguration onlineInauguration to bring cell networks to their kneesDon't commit a felony and then google the crimeBlackberry app store accepting applicationsTechCrunch shows off internet tablet prototypeStudy: Filesh…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #43 for December 3, 2008: * Nintendo makes $6 on every Wii * iPhone takes 16.6% of the world smartphone market * Windows Vista SP2 fixes and features announced, the beta hits this week * List of most downloaded iPhone apps released * Charge you laptop with your feet * T-Mobile soft data caps to return [un…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #42 of the Geek News Daily podcast for December 2, 2008. * Restaurateur tracks down bill dodgers on Facebook * Gmail comes to Google Desktop * Google Earth used in Indian terrorist attacks * gOS "Cloud" instant-on OS comes to Gigabyte touchscreen netbook * Mac hits record 8.87% internet share, Windows drops …
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #41 of the Geek News Daily podcast for December 1, 2008. * Microsoft and Yahoo in talks for $20 billion deal * Despite reports, the Apple App Store has not reached 10,000 apps * Netflix challenges hackers to come up with a better recommendation engine for $1 million * Blockbuster's OnDemand service coming to…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #40 of the Geek News Daily podcast for November 19, 2008. * Tennessee anti-p2p law to cost colleges over $13 million * Netflix now streams movies to the Xbox 360 * Sony blocking Xbox 360 Netflix movie streaming * Sony PSP-3000 hacked * Malicious computer software to peak on Monday * Microsoft dropping prices…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #39 of the Geek News Daily podcast for November 18, 2008. * Flash demonstrated on Android based G1 * Android hacked to be a garage door remote * Apple releases firmware fix for MacBook trackpad problems * Get out of your Sprint contract with no early termination fees * Facebook rolls out Verified App program…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #37 of the Geek News Daily podcast for November 17, 2008. * The Pirate Bay attempts to get into the Guinness Book of World Records * Flash coming to Windows Mobile 6.1 but not the iPhone * Tivo now lets your order Dominoes to complete the couch potato experience * Indian lunar probe smashes into the moon * A…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #37 of the Geek News Daily podcast for October 9, 2008. * Apple patents OS X Dock * Eye-Fi Manager update adds support for Twitter and RSS * Halo 3 Recon announced * New Xbox Experience to launch on November 19th for Xbox 360 * PSP gets Dual Shock 3 support through PSP Plus * PSP Store announced, to launch O…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #36 of the Geek News Daily podcast for September 4, 2008. * Sony recalls 440,000 Vaio TZ laptops for overheating * PS3 firmware update to bring high-quality voice chat * PSP-3000 actually has the same battery life as the current PSP * 200,000 core supercomputer to be built * Google Co-Founder expects Chrome …
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #35 of the Geek News Daily podcast for September 3, 2008. * DirectTV pulls head out of butt and announces a new DirectTV HD Tivo for next year * Apple & AT&T sued for selling too many iPhone 3Gs * AT&T experiences major data outage on East Coast * Cellphone charger causes blaze in Delaware * 7 Prisoners have…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #34 of the Geek News Daily podcast for September 2, 2008. * Walmart discontinues 80GB and 4GB Zunes? 120GB Zune priced? * Apple event set for Sept 9 as rumored * Warez ringleader gets probation after guilty plea * Microsoft gets patent for page up / page down * Study: 88% of IT Pros would steal passwords or …
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #33 of the Geek News Daily podcast for August 29, 2008. * PSP-3000 gets worse battery life, Sony tries to make up for it * Kevin Mitnick tells all in upcoming book * Comcast confirms 250GB data cap starting October 1 * No new Kindle this year * Android Market will not require approval for applications * YouT…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #32 of the Geek News Daily podcast for August 28, 2008. * New algorithm boosts network efficiency * Study: DRM a major barrier to e-textbook adoption * IE8 Beta released to the public * Microsoft's Live Search Cashback idea fails to help its market share * New numbers on European internet growth * Diary.com …
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #31 of the Geek News Daily podcast for August 28, 2008. * Microsoft says a 120GB Zune is coming * Opentape invites the RIAA to play whack-a-mole post-Muxtape * The WB comes back to life as a Hulu competitor * AT&T adds two international data plans for the iPhone, still expensive * iPhone 3Gs outnumber 1st Ge…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #30 of the Geek News Daily Podcast for August 25, 2008: * Apple to Pump Out 45 Million iPhones in the Next 12 Months * Acer Drops Price of Aspire One * Register to Vote on Your Xbox 360 * Firefox to Get Massive JavaScript Performance Boost in 3.1 Update * OpenClip Killed by Apple * Digg Introduces Digg Dialo…
 
Here are the show highlights for episode #29 of the Geek News Daily Podcast for August 21, 2008: * Jott Leaves Beta, Continues to be Awesome * RadioShack Flyer Indicates Xbox 360 Price Cuts on Elite, Arcade Systems * Microsoft Buys Another $100m in Certificates from Novell * Intel Announces Dual Core Atom, Chains it to 945C Chipset * Apple Hit with…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily Show #28 for August 20, 2008: * Sony Unveils 160GB PS3, Starts Shipping 80GB PS3 * Sony Announces PSP-3000 * Sony PS3’s VidZone Service Offers Free Music, Videos * Playstation 3 Keypad Brings Thumb Typing to the PS3 * Palm Releases Treo Pro * JustHackIt Launches * Hulu Hits 100 Million Streams, 3.2 Mill…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily Show #27 for March 12, 2008:Sceintists demo freaky new hacking target: pacemakersTiVo getting YouTubeYouTube's new APIs open the site to external appsJudge to Viacom: No punitive damages in YouTube caseYahoo in discussions to join Google's OpenSocial100,000 Apple iPhone SDKs downloaded so fariPhone Dev Te…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily show #26 for February 28, 2008:Researchers transmit optical data at 16.4 Tpbs over 1,500 milesSprint finally offers $99 'Simply Everything' flate rate calling planIt took 16 months, but Google relaunches JotsportGoogle Docs gets a visual overhaul, now more Office likeLinkedIn revamps design, adds status u…
 
Here are the highlights for the Geek News Daily podcast Show #25 for February 27, 2008:EU to Microsoft: Not open enough. Imposes $1.4 Billion fineMetal Gear Solid 4 PS3 bundle announcedStudy: FPS deaths provide sweet relief to victimsPakistan lifts YouTube banMicrosoft glitch cuts access to e-mail, messengerMoFuse instantly converts sites for the i…
 
Here are the highlights for show #24 for February 26, 2008:Bad flavor: ICANN, Network Solutions sued for domain tastingMochila now lets you add BBC videos to your blogFCC head says action possible on web limitsApple MacBook, MacBook Pro get refreshed with faster CPUs, multi-touchToshiba speeds 1.8" drives up to 5400rpmKids don't like CDs: iTunes St…
 
Here are the stories for show #23 of the Geek News Daily podcast. The news is from February 25, 2008:Insecure routing redirects YouTube to PakistanVideo game firm EA bids $2 billion for Take-TwoRumor: New MacBook Pro model to be announced tomorrowBloglines suffers major outageMetaRAM quadruples DDR2 DIMM capacities, launches 8GB DIMMsLinkedIn goes …
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #22 for February 11, 2008:Starbucks: AT&T bringing free Wi-Fi to Starbucks (finally!)Clear Channel to FCC: XM/Sirius is illegal, but let's dealYahoo's official response is: Nohoo! More Cashoo!Microsoft buys DangerWal-Mart gets dirt cheap on digital-to-analog TV convertersBluetooth to piggyback on Wi-FiNet…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #21 for February 7, 2008:Repairs under way; explanation elusive on cable failuresIMB shrinks Cell to 45nm. Cheaper PS3s to followOpenID welcomes Microsoft, Google, Verisign and IBMGoogle launches localized news serviceYou've stalked your friends, now get a newsfeed from your familyMicrosoft buys Caligari …
 
Show highlights for episode #20 for February 5, 2008: Gartner: 80% of commercial apps to use open source by 2012IFPI sues Baidu, Yahoo China over deep linking mp3sWireless chip-on-a-band-aid to monitor patients from homeFring adds file-swapping to its mobile VoIP appPodcasts taking off(again): eMarketerOfficial: 16GB iPhone available and 32GB iPod …
 
Here are the highlights for show #19 from January 31, 2008:Apple TV (take 2) update delayed Apple's MacBook Air is officially shipping Amazon strengthens its digital hand with $300 million purchase of Audible PirateBay hit with legal action Firefox share up over 20% in Europe Garmin announces the Nuvifone Acer gobbles up 75% of Packard Bell Interne…
 
Here are the headlines for the Geek News Daily podcast for January 30 2008:40Mbps DSL? Rim Semi claims high speeds at long distanceseBay changes fee structure to drive growthBlogTV signs strategic deal with ICQFormat War II: HDMI wins the other format war, sorry DVICisco unveils new switchSpambots can now fool CAPTCHA testsRIAA wants to increase fi…
 
Here are the topics covered in Geek News Daily #17 for January 29 2008:Cobalt blue Nintendo DS arriving next monthLG Rumor phones get firmware updateP2P users blast Comcast in FCC proceedingTechCrunch endorses Barack Obama and John McCainGermans may soon have zero access to online file sharingDigg nearly tripples registered users in a yearEuropean …
 
Here are the headlines for the Geek News Daily podcast for January 28 2008:Researchers announce '100%' accuracy in facial recgonitionAntipiracy investigators un afoul in Swiss law in P2P sweepeBay acquires Fraud Sciences for $169 millionMajor labels deny signing deals with Qtrax, downloading music via P2P still illegalThe LEGO brick turns 50UK educ…
 
Here are the stories covered in the Geek News Daily podcast for January 24 2008:Soutwest Airlines testing satellite broadband internet accessAmerican Airlines to join mile-high WiFi clubGoodbye, 30-second song clips. Last.fm offers limited full-track streaming and moves towards subscriptionsFTC defents Ethernet, forces patent troll back under bridg…
 
Here are the headlines for the Geek News Daily podcast for January 23 2008: Internet Explorer 8 to have 3 rendering enginesW3C releases the first draft of HTML 5Microsoft rolls out Zune 2.3 software updateApple records record $1.58B profitKDE going cross-platform with Windows and Mac OS X supportiPhone's 1.1.3 update is ready for SDK applicationsSo…
 
The topics for the Geek News Daily podcast for Tuesday, January 22 2008 are:Mac OS X 10.5.2 update now said to be packing nearly 100 fixesThe Sierra Club proposes video game and TV taxTravel organizer Tripit goes socialEbay's Meg Whitman steps down after decade as CEOEyeball-implanted camera patent may bring electronic vision one dayHBO joins movie…
 
Here are the highlights for Geek News Daily #12 for January 18, 2008:New Blu-Ray 2.0 spec makes PS3 the most future-proof playerBloggers suffer major outage, not happyFCC to test new "white space" wireless broadband devicesAnti-spammer fined $60K for DNS lookup 'hack'Myspace Russia launches; Myspace Turkey comingYahoo asks employees to turn in comp…
 
Here are the topics discussed in the Geek News Daily podcast for January 17 2008:Exonerated RIAA defendant scores double victory in courtStorm Worm: A Valentines gift that keeps on givingYahoo Implements OpenIDLoopt launches mobile location based application platformConfirmed: Watch iTunes rentals forever!Vulnerability turns MS Excel into open door…
 
The stories for the Geek News Daily podcast for January 16, 2008 are:Microsoft seeks patent on office "spy" softwareAmazon's free shipping costing €1,000 per day in FranceSun to acquire mySQLSpore is coming to Mac in 2008Dreamhost overbills customers $7.5 Million; Uses Homer Simpson to deliver apologyPanasonic EVOLTA: "The longest lasting AA batt…
 
Geek News Daily Show #9 for Tuesday, January 15, 2008 covers the following topics:FCC officially opens proceeding on Comcast's P2P throttlingMyspace to let parents block children from joiningVideo ads are planned for grocery cartsTwitter fails the Macworld Keynote testMozilla hires Humanized foundersApple's stock tanks from Macworld keynoteToshiba …
 
Geek News Daily Show #8 for January 14, 2008 covers the following topics:Google beefs up iPhone interfaceNew Apple Mac Pro with eight coresU.S. courts to consider legality of laptop inspectionsEU launches new Microsoft anti-trust probe"iPod Tax" smacked down in CanadaEFF tries to squash labels "making available" claimsMininova turns 3Google boots I…
 
The Geek News Daily podcast for January 3, 2008 covers the following stories:Time picks top 50 websites of 2007Saudis arrest top bloggerAustralian government equates Freedom of Speech to liking kiddie pornIBM filing 10 patents a day in technologyStates fighting to keep Microsoft antitrust decree in placeLANCOR sues non-profit charity OLPC for $20 m…
 
This is the Geek News Daily podcast for 1/2/08 which covers the following stories:New Year Eve, live on the netMicrosoft using YouTube to promote Vista, LiveGoogle to offer friend updates?Adobe, Omniture in hot water for snooping on CS3 usersCell phones quickly becoming mobile entertainment devicesSolid state, cloud storage on tap for power-hungry …
 
The items covered in the show for December 28, 2007 are:Egypt "to copywrite antiquities"New Open-Source software archive hits the webStorm Worm delivers coal on ChristmasFBI planning world's largest biometric databaseMicrosoft cries monopoly on GoogleStudy: Ads in online shows work better than ads on tvPanasonic to get 150-inch plasma tvBible put o…
 
Today's show covers the following hot stories: US approves Google/DoubleClick deal.Blockbuster grinches TotalAccesss customers with price hike. Congress considers bill to make radio "pay to play". Apple kills Think Secret. Teens creating more online content. Teens value non-online meeting. Yahoo, America Movil partnet on mobile Web search. Microsof…
 
Todays show covers the topics: Turn in a software pirate, Collect $500. Nanowire battery holds 10 times the charge of existing ones. $3.2 Billion lost to phishing in 2007. Feds readying for 2008 IPv6 deadline, but not for actual use. New trojan software swaps Google Ads for malware. Sony offers $100 credit. Facebook settles text-messaging suit. 73%…
 
The tech headlines for December 19, 2007 are:BBC Launches iPlayer Service,Apple plugs 42 security holes,E3 returns to L.A.,Privacy is no defense when Circuit City finds child porn,$8,000/gallon ink leads to antitrust lawsuit,1,000 pages of bad news: Ohio e-voting report released,Porn Spammers lust for facebook data lands them in court,Universal and…
 
Geek News Daily is a brief roundup of the top daily tech headlines. This episode covers the following:Blogging turns 10. Nintendo and Gamestop to guarantee Wii's by JanuaryPS3 gets DivX and WMV playbackMicrosoft Responds to Operas antitrust complaintGoogle sued over Chinese nameWindows Mobile makes changes to compete with the iPhoneAds-Click Introd…
 
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