This week, Steve Ballmer says goodbye, and investors want Bill Gates out next, Valve makes a new gamepad, Apple’s the number one brand worldwide, the NSA follows you on Facebook (whether you want it to or not), the internet’s black market is raided, and four rules to make Star Wars great again.
This week, Kim DotCom returns to launch Mega, FCC wants gigabit broadband across the US, Steve Jobs vs poaching, a sneak peek at the new Blackberry 10 mobile OS, Firefox OS phones, game develper THQ shuts its doors, and more
This week, black box-style data recorders for cars, Intel’s top-secret set-top box, an Ubuntu-OS phone, Google makes nice with the FTC, a new Tegra 4 controller/console from NVIDIA, Valve‘s “Steam Box”, Kickstarter darling Pebble gets a launch date, the most insane keynote ever, and can we put an end to legalese in our EULAs?
This week, Tom and Andy discuss Digg’s BP ad and its new CEO, the debut of Windows Phone 7, the effectiveness of twitter on social activism. Driverless Google cars, cracking glass on the iPhone 4, the popularity of smartphone apps, and Facebook loves Bing.
Although you can see which stories we’ll be talking about on our Delicious page, we thought we’d make it easier for you to access them here on our site. It also lets us list them in the order that we hope to cover them.