More gadgets on fire this week, including, possibly, Fujitsu laptops and a surprisingly flammable little kitty-cat.
Molly’s back on the Buzz Report desk, and the iPhone, Transformer-themed laptops, and class-action lawsuit defendants are all taking a beating.
Buzz Report gets a whole new look. Here’s the thing about Facetime on iPhone 4: if it makes Jonathan Ive look funny, the rest of us are doomed. Also: World Cup fever!
Google is in hot international waters after it “inadvertently” collected fragmentary data, Microsoft’s Natal will cost $150 when it launches in October, and you can now re-buzz a Google Buzz.
Cingular plays name games as the iPhone approaches; T-Mobile’s Wing takes flight; and technology’s dumbest names.
UMPC.com is running Origami–what the &$^% does that mean? Plus, Cooley’s seating chart for the Airbus A380, and the worst data backup nightmare ever.
On the Buzz Report, we try hard not to make jokes about the iPad name, but we do have to wonder: who is this good for?
the sexiest phone on earth, the MicroHoo breakup, repelling sharks once and for all, and Brian Cooley, this week on the Buzz Report
Google’s Android alliance is falling apart, and Molly thinks she knows why: something about children, mean parents, and monkeys.
This week in Buzz, the Windows Vista train of horror continues, and the Scrabulous boys get greedy. Plus, death from above!