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Well friends, it's been fun. Brian, Eric, Alex, and Kyle get together one last time to talk tech. And drink.
Facebook launches Places, Google CEO talks to the Wall Street Journal.
Intel buys McAfee, Motorola Droid 2 death grip?, the tiny iPad rumors take over, and more!
Eric and Brian talk a lot about the Top 100 Web Site story they worked on, while Alex's baby cries and eats.
Comedian/wonk Sam Seder joins us to discuss the Verizon/Google net neutrality plan. Also it's a big week for people leaving work.
Motorola launches the Droid 2, Nintendo sells a bunch of Wiis, and iPhone owners get a lot of sex.
RIM tries to reinvent the BlackBerry with a new slider. And Google drops support for Wave. Also, why is Eric's shirt so damn orange?
Google reportedly buys Slide, Barnes & Noble may be up for sale, Wikipedia battles the FBI.
iPhone jailbreaking is declared legal and Wikileaks gets ahold of 90,000 more government documents.
Amazon updates the Kindle, Apple is sued for an overheating iPad, Is My Little Pony a security threat, and more!
Some guy who isn't named Mark Zuckerberg claims to own Facebook. E-books start outselling hardcovers on Amazon.
Yahoo makes some money, HP files for a PalmPad trademark, BP Photoshops its crisis response, and more!
Weezer drummer Pat Wilson joins us to talk computers, John Dvorak, and the curse of over-production.
MySpace gets a redesign! Also, something about the iPhone 4, apparently.
Motorola Droid X sells out, FriendFinder tries to buy Playboy, a Microsoft Exec compare the iPhone 4 to Vista, and more!
What really killed the Kin (hint: no one bought it). Amazon secures an important patent. And Twitter becomes the number two search engine.
YouTube launches Leanback, Hackers hack The Pirate Bay, Bieber fever, and so, so much more.
Hulu finally intros a premium service. Rumors swirl around a new Google social network. And Microsoft kills its own Kin.
Amazon buys Woot, Apple/AT&T sued over iPhone "death grip," DC Comics shuts down Zuda, and more!
The iPhone 4 launches and immediately drops (calls). Motorola's giant new Droid. And lots of talk about Hal Sparks, for some reason that still isn't clear to me.
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