Wilson’s out sick today, but CNET’s Bridget Carey steps up to the plate in the bottom of the ninth and knocks it out of the park with a full story rundown that includes Facebook iPad announcements, the next iPhone’s killer app, Google’s 13th birthday, camera lens thieves, and more! Did I use that baseball metaphor correctly? Read this blog post by Justin Yu on The 404 Podcast.
With Justin out for the rest of the week, today we bring in CNET duo Bridget Carey and Mark Licea to run through the ashes of Amazon’s Kindle Fire announcement with price cuts for both the BlackBerry PlayBook and the Barnes and Noble Nook Color. Read this blog post by Wilson G. Tang on The 404 Podcast.
Bridget Carey makes her first appearance on CNET TV today. She’s the host of an upcoming daily tech news show on CNET called Checked In, so be sure to follow her on Twitter so you don’t miss the first episode. She’ll help us out with our story rundown today and gives her take on Lavar Burton bringing back ‘Reading Rainbow’ as an iPad app, an LA film studio constructing an underground ‘post-apocalyptic’ fortress, and the resurgence of AOL e-mail addresses as a pre-Internet status symbol. Read this blog post by Justin Yu on The 404 Podcast.
Robin Yang from Toy Studio, one of Barnes & Noble’s premier gaming publishers for the Nook Color tablet, joins us. She’ll talk with us about the real 53 percent, the long-awaited iPad Facebook app, MacBook Air competitor Ultrabooks from Asus, and how to run Android apps on a PC. Read this blog post by Justin Yu on The 404 Podcast.