Archive for December 5th, 2005

Good Morning America: Tech Gifts for 2005 with Becky Worly Video

Posted by Alan Henry on December 5th, 2005

John Highway over at IHeartMorganWebb [ ] was kind enough to catch the segment on Good Morning America Weekend with Becky Worley and her fabulous suggestions for the geek in your life this holiday season (and they’re great suggestions!) and has posted the video on his site for all of us to view and […]

This Week In Tech [TWIT] // Episode 33

Posted by Alan Henry on December 5th, 2005

Another TWIT is in the can! This week’s TWIT features brand new swanky microphones and hosts Leo Laporte, Patrick Norton, Robert Heron, Alex Lindsay, and John C. Dvorak. This week the TWITs chat about the veracity of wikipedia and what that might mean for wikipedia in the long run, but does it really matter? Also, […]

Command-N // Episode 25

Posted by Alan Henry on December 5th, 2005

This week’s Command-N has Amber and Mikey sipping coffee and talking about this week’s tech news and events. This week the duo discuss the launch of satellite radio services in Canada, Microsoft’s Windows One Care Beta goes live, the $100 laptop video blog, and a pending TechTV holiday meetup! This week, leading up to the […]

DiggNation // Episode 23

Posted by Alan Henry on December 5th, 2005

DiggNation is in Japan! Konnichiwa! This week’s DiggNation, courtesy of the fine nation of Japan, has this week’s top stories, including NBC possibly suing TiVO over their plans to allow TiVO recorded video to be easily convertable to portable media devices, awesome Google maps, the FCC’s recently lended it’s support behind a-la-carte cable (or being […]

Security Now // Episode 16

Posted by Alan Henry on December 5th, 2005

This week on Security Now! Steve and Leo take listener questions and provide answers to some of the most popular and hot security questions and problems that they’ve seen from listener emails, forum posts, and more. This is the first in what’s a new trend-every show episode evenly divisible by four will now be a […]