This week we’re joined by previous guest Dragon*Con TV‘s Chris ‘Crispy’ Lloyd, as we discuss President Obama’s recent State of the Union address, and in particular, its focus on the advancement of technology. We’re then joined by LatinoReview.com‘s editor-in-chief, Kellvin Chavez, as he predicts who will win this year’s Academy Awards; film editor Walter Murch’s letter to Roger Ebert stating why 3D will never work in film; and recent casting choices for Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. Later, we discuss the hacking of Mark Zuckerberg’s personal Facebook fan page; new security features coming to Facebook; Google CEO Eric Schmidt stepping down in place of co-founder Larry Page; Apple’s plan to allow you to use your iPhone in place of a credit card; Google allowing users to port their mobile numbers to Google Voice, and Yahoo’s bid to sell Delicious to Digg.com.
- State of the Union 2011: Obama plays up technology’s value
- The wrong kind of sharing: Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page hacked
- Eric Schmidt Out As Google CEO, Larry Page Takes Over
- News Desk: Why Is Eric Schmidt Stepping Down at Google?
- Eric Schmidt expects another 10 years at Google
- Apple Plans Service That Lets IPhone Users Pay for Purchases With Handsets
- List of NFC phones
- Port your existing mobile number to Google Voice
- Kevin Rose: Yahoo Contacted Digg To See If We Wanted To Take Delicious