Electronics

Google Takes Some Heat

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June 14, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Google Takes Some Heat: As public criticism continues, Google said that it did not break the law when its Google Street View Vans inadvertently collected data from unsecured WiFi networks. However, Google did apologize for the mistake. Public officials have been all […]

Hackers Hit AT&T iPad Users

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June 10, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: AT&T Hacked: Hackers found a way into AT&T’s network and grabbed over a hundred thousand email addresses and iPad ID’s. While this particular security breach was fixed and no real harm was done, the incident brings the issue of network security into […]

Hulu Ready To Charge

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June 4, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Hulu Premium To Debut: Hulu’s much anticipated premium service could debut on XBox Live sometime in the next two weeks. While little is known about the service, it is expected to work just like Netflix Watch Instantly. Whoo! Whoo! The Kno Tablet: […]

Digital Life with Shelly Palmer Episode #24

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On this episode of Digital Life: Why are the producers of the Hurt Locker planning to sue tens of thousands of illegal downloaders? Are Google and Verizon going to team up to create the ultimate iPad killer? And, is Borders new Kobo e-Reader something you should consider? Plus, I’ll talk to Dr. Ruth Westheimer about […]

There's Video Everywhere!

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Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Blockbuster wants you to stream full-length feature films on your phone. The company released a mobile app yesterday that gives users access to Blockbuster’s library of over 10,000 films, with new releases priced at $3.99, while older films will cost $1.99. Unfortunately, the app is currently […]