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DATE: Sat, 13 Mar 2010
SIZE: 20.9 MB
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PlayStation Move, iPad at the Oscars and more on Weekly Wrapup

This week the top tech stories were the iPad commercial at the Oscars, PlayStation Move and could the Amazon Kindle be getting a better web browser? Find out in this week's edition of the Weekly Wrapup.A quick programming note, TechVi is off to SXSW next week, so expect new shows to be back the week of March 22.

DATE: Sat, 13 Mar 2010
SIZE: 7.73 MB
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Apple iPad now available for pre-order: TechVi Now

Orders aren't going without a hitch; some web browsers have experienced issues when users tried to pre-order Apple's tablet. Also, Microsoft's game console beat out Sony and Nintendo for the month of February. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:40 — Xbox Sales Beat Wii, PS3 in February, Bloomberg0:53 — Apple's future won't be brought to you by the letter i, Sydney Morning Herald0:17 — Apple limits iPad pre-orders, AppleInsider0:28 — Apple iPad pre-order comes with bugs, Financial Times

DATE: Sat, 13 Mar 2010
SIZE: 72.6 MB
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6-core processors, fake Intel chips, and more: HotHardware

The boys from HotHardware return to talk about the first 6-core processor available, the fake Intel chip fiasco, Wi-Di, the Dell Zino HD and more.Show Notes:0:26 — Intel Core i7-980X Extreme 6-Core Processor Review, HotHardware.com1:50 — Toshiba Satellite E205-S1904 WiDi Laptop Review, HotHardware.com4:09 — Dell Inspiron Zino HD Desktop Review, HotHardware.com5:17 — Newegg Ships Fake Intel Chips; Supplier Threatens Journalists For Reporting It, HotHardware.com6:36 — Dave: Android Crushes the Competition, iPhone Stands Still, HotHardware.com9:00 — Showing the Love: HH and Cyberpower PC Sweepstakes, HotHardware.com

DATE: Sat, 13 Mar 2010
SIZE: 31.4 MB
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The Bottom Line on the Sony PlayStation Move, iPhone multitasking, and more

Robert Borgesi of ChannelFlip Web joins us to talk about the Sony PlayStation Move, Nokia's newest operating system, the rumored multitasking iPhone OS and more on this episode of The Bottom Line. Guests:Robert Borgesi , ChannelFlip WebShow Notes:0:30 — We touched it: PlayStation Move from every angle, Joystiq1:17 — iPhone 4.0 software to deliver multitasking support, AppleInsider2:20 — Valve confirms Mac support for Steam, Joystiq3:10 — doubleTwist adds podcasting, Lifehacker3:43 — Motorola StarTAC, Wikipedia

DATE: Thu, 11 Mar 2010
SIZE: 40.1 MB
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The Apple iPad, iTunes LP, and Mac gaming: The Bottom Line

If we're going to talk about Apple, why not bring in an expert? Adam Christianson of the Maccast joins us on the Bottom Line to talk about the iPad ad, Mac gaming and more.Guests:Adam Christianson , MaccastShow Notes:0:17 — iPad ad launches during the Oscars, CNET News1:00 — iPhone apps on the iPad, Daring Fireball2:00 — RIAA pressured Apple into iTunes LP, TUAW.com3:00 — Valve confirms Mac support for Steam, Joystiq

DATE: Thu, 11 Mar 2010
SIZE: 10.8 MB
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Sony introduces PlayStation Move, its motion controller: TechVi Now

The PlayStation Move will use a combination of a camera and a new controller to bring motion control to the PS3. Also, doubleTwist adds a new feature that may help it in its battle against iTunes. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:17 — Sony Motion Controller is called PlayStation Move, Gizmodo0:38 — doubleTwist adds podcast support, TechCrunch0:55 — Internet in running for Nobel Peace Prize, BBC1:12 — Look for the blue dots., Google Blog1:27 — iPad to get B&N app, Barnes and Noble

DATE: Wed, 10 Mar 2010
SIZE: 11.1 MB
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Sony brings HD movies to PSN: TechVi Now

Sony has managed a deal to get HD movies from all the major studios for their Sony PlayStation Network. Also, Twitter launches a new service to protect its users. Find out more on TechVi Now. Show Notes:0:14 — PlayStation First to Sell HD Movies from All Major Studios, Mashable0:44 — Twitter Starts Routing All Links Through New Anti-Phishing Service, TechCrunch0:57 — White House uses Justin.TV, Justin.TV Blog0:30 — Biking directions added to Google Maps, Official Google Blog

DATE: Wed, 10 Mar 2010
SIZE: 37.9 MB
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The Bottom Line on the Microsoft Courier and Pink

Engadget was privy to some information about both the Microsoft Courier and Pink project. So we got Nilay Patel of Engadget to join us on the Bottom Line to discuss Microsoft's latest projects.Guests:Nilay Patel , EngadgetShow Notes:0:20 — Microsoft Courier exclusive, EngadgetMicrosoft Pink phones coming to Verizon, Engadget

DATE: Tue, 09 Mar 2010
SIZE: 60.1 MB
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The Kindle browser conundrum: The Bottom Line

Amazon is looking for someone to help them come up with a real web browser for their e-book reader so people will pick up the Kindle over a slate PC. What makes for a good Internet device? We talk to Kevin Tofel on The Bottom Line to find out.Guests:Kevin C. Tofel , jkOnTheRunShow Notes:0:20 — Will the Amazon Kindle ever have a decent browser, jkOnTheRun2:00 — HP slate does Flash, jkOnTheRun

DATE: Mon, 08 Mar 2010
SIZE: 7.73 MB
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Apple iPad at the Oscars: TechVi Now

The iPad was introduced to the world with its first advertisement during the Academy Awards. Also, Microsoft is planning its own ad campaign to make Bing your search engine. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:17 — Apple airs first iPad commercial, MacRumors0:32 — Microsoft Bing TV ads in the UK, Guardian

DATE: Mon, 08 Mar 2010
SIZE: 18.0 MB
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PS3 bug, Apple sues HTC, and more on the Weekly Wrapup

This was a big week in tech news. Sony's PS3 had a clock bug that rendered many PS3s useless. Apple pulled out the big guns and sued HTC over iPhone patents. Microsoft managed to sell millions of copies of Windows 7. Those stories and more on the Weekly Wrapup. Show Notes:0:07 — Sony PS3 bug, BBC0:30 — Google acquires Picnik, Picnik Blog0:42 — Apple sues HTC, Engadget0:57 — PS3 clock bug squashed, Joystiq1:12 — A fond farewell, Hulu Blog1:27 — Microsoft sells 90 million Windows 7 licenses, CrunchGear1:41 — Microsoft Project Pink coming to Verizon, Gizmodo1:58 — Apple iPad launch, Pocket-Lint

DATE: Fri, 05 Mar 2010
SIZE: 63.3 MB
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Quake on the Droid, Western Digital SSDs and more: HotHardware

It's time to talk some HotHardware with Marco Chiappetta and Dave Altavilla including Western Digital moving into the SSD market, Quake II and III hit the Droid, and a 6-screen ATI Eyefinity that has to be seen to be believed.

DATE: Fri, 05 Mar 2010
SIZE: 50.3 MB
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The future of portable computers: The Bottom Line

The Apple iPad got its release date today, but is it the future of portable computing? We talk to Donald Bell of CNET and Kirk Hiner of Appletell to see what the future holds on The Bottom Line.

DATE: Fri, 05 Mar 2010
SIZE: 11.6 MB
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Apple iPad coming in April: TechVi Now

Apple's iPad has a release date and it is April 3rd for the United States. Also, Google's phone by HTC apparently is not designed to handle rough tasks like placing it in your pocket. Find out about these stories and more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Thu, 04 Mar 2010
SIZE: 28.8 MB
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The death of desktop computers: The Bottom Line

A top Google exec says that desktops will be irrelevant in just three years time. Is that really the case? We talk to Seth Porges and Jason Hiner on the Bottom Line to find out.

DATE: Thu, 04 Mar 2010
SIZE: 18.0 MB
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Windows 7 a huge hit: TechVi Now

Microsoft has sold 90 million copies of Windows 7 since its release in October 2009. Also, Apple boots out another class of apps from its App Store. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Thu, 04 Mar 2010
SIZE: 26.2 MB
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Brand new TiVos and Hulu losing shows: The Bottom Line

Hulu is losing some of its most popular shows and TiVo finally introduced its next generation DVRs. What impact will these moves make? We talk to Dana Wollman and Samuel Axon to find out.

DATE: Wed, 03 Mar 2010
SIZE: 7.35 MB
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Hulu to lose big shows: TechVi Now

Viacom is pulling two very popular shows from Hulu. Maybe you'll just have to use a DVR like one of the new TiVo DVRs introduced last night. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Wed, 03 Mar 2010
SIZE: 44.3 MB
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In-depth on Apple's patent drama: The Bottom Line

Nilay Patel of Engadget joins us to talk about Apple's lawsuit against HTC and what it could mean for other smartphone makers.

DATE: Tue, 02 Mar 2010
SIZE: 66.0 MB
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Heavy Rain nude glitch, Apple lawsuit and more: The Bottom Line

DATE: Mon, 01 Mar 2010
SIZE: 9.78 MB
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PlayStation Network is in trouble: TechVi Now

Sony has recommended that owners of older PS3s not use their systems until the bug is fixed. Also, Microsoft gives people a bigger reason to wait for Windows Phone 7 instead of getting a current gen Windows phone. Find out about these stories and more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Mon, 01 Mar 2010
SIZE: 26.6 MB
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Windows Mobile is a dead end: The Bottom Line

Microsoft has said that Windows Mobile users will not be able to upgrade to its spiffy new Windows Phone 7. To discuss this move, we talked to JG Mason of Gadgetell.com on the Bottom Line.

DATE: Sat, 27 Feb 2010
SIZE: 22.5 MB
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App Store drama, Wal-Mart to buy Vudu plus more on the Weekly Wrapup

This week on the Weekly Wrapup, Apple pull all "sexy" apps from the App Store, Wal-Mart are buying Vudu, a popular movie streaming service, Google employees end up in jail over a video they have no connection with plus more hot stories from technology this week.Show Notes:0:09 — App Store shake up, TUAW0:30 — Walmart acquires online movie service Vudu, Mashable1:20 — Twitter ads coming soon, Media Post0:47 — Reasoning for removing sexy apps, TechCrunch1:35 — YouTube to drop IE6 support, Ars Technica1:59 — Google executives jailed, Google Blog2:12 — Apple add explicit app category, Pocket Lint

DATE: Sat, 27 Feb 2010
SIZE: 51.0 MB
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Sony kills OLED and Wal-mart buys Vudu: The Bottom Line

Sony will no longer sell OLED televisions in Japan. Is this the end of the line for OLED in general? Also, Wal-Mart reentered the digital video game with the purchase of online streaming service, Vudu, but will this venture succeed? To find out the answers to these questions, we talked to Ara Derderian of the HDTV and Home Theater Podcast on The Bottom Line.Guests:Ara Derderian , HT GuysShow Notes:2:58 — Walmart buys Vudu, Marketwatch0:18 — Sony pulls plug on OLED in Japan, HDTV Magazine3:48 — Vudu HDX, Vudu5:55 — First, Apple. Now, Walmart. Porn gets no tech respect, ZDNet6:48 — HTGuys.com, HTGuys.com

DATE: Sat, 27 Feb 2010
SIZE: 9.64 MB
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Twitter phishing attack hits UK: TechVi Now

Several public figures were affected by the Twitter attack. Also, Sprint spills the beans on when the next version of Palm's webOS will be released. Those stories and more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:17 — Britain all atweet over Twitter phishing attack, PC World0:34 — Sprint confirms webOS 1.4 release, Engadget1:04 — Derby inner ring road to be named Lara Croft Way, BBC0:52 — iPod explodes, Newbury Port News

DATE: Fri, 26 Feb 2010
SIZE: 68.0 MB
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12-core AMD processors, new Sony Vaios and more: HotHardware

Dave Altavilla and Marco Chiappetta join us to talk about some amazing 12-core AMD processors, the new Sony Vaio Y-series, a mid-level ATI graphics card and more.Guests:Dave Altavilla , HotHardwareMarco Chiappetta , HotHardwareShow Notes:0:25 — AMD Now Shipping 8, 12-core Processors To Early Customers, OEMs, HotHardware.com2:52 — Sony VAIO Y Series Notebook Review, HotHardware.com4:30 — FBI Investigating High Schools Alleged Webcam Spying, HotHardware.com7:05 — ATI Radeon HD 5830 Review: Filling The Gap, HotHardware.com8:29 — Showing The Love: HH and Cyberpower PC Sweepstakes, HotHardware.com

DATE: Thu, 25 Feb 2010
SIZE: 28.5 MB
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Does Palm have a future?: The Bottom Line

Palm's financial information does not look too promising. Is this the end of the line for Palm? We talk to Rich DeMuro to find out on the Bottom Line.Guests:Rich DeMuro , TechmemeShow Notes:0:20 — Palm Pre is not the savior, Marketwatch

DATE: Thu, 25 Feb 2010
SIZE: 9.75 MB
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Apple’s App Store drama continues: TechVi Now

Apple added then quickly removed an "Explicit" category for its App Store. Is this a hint for future plans or a glitch? In social networking news, Conan O'Brien hits Twitter while Facebook updates will appear on Google. Find out more on TechVi Now. This video is all of today's news in one video, to see the tech news as it breaks, visit http://techvi.com/.-----------------------Subscribing to TechVi:RSS: http://feeds.techvi.com/TechviiTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewP odcast?id=310732211Miro: http://subscribe.getmiro.com/?type=video&url1=http% 3A%2F%2Ffeeds.techvi.com%2FTechViShow To subscribe to individual shows, or by other services, check out http://techvi.com/.

DATE: Wed, 24 Feb 2010
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YouTube video lands Google execs in jail: TechVi Now

An Italian court has sentenced three Google executives to jail for a video that appeared on YouTube. Find about that story and more on TechVi Now. Show Notes:0:17 — Serious threat to the web in Italy, Official Google Blog0:39 — Rickroll removal was a mistake, Mashable0:54 — Yahoo expands Twitter relationship, All Things D -----------------------Subscribing to TechVi:RSS: http://feeds.techvi.com/TechviiTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewP odcast?id=310732211Miro: http://subscribe.getmiro.com/?type=video&url1=http% 3A%2F%2Ffeeds.techvi.com%2FTechViShow To subscribe to individual shows, or by other services, check out http://techvi.com/.

DATE: Wed, 24 Feb 2010
SIZE: 50.0 MB
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Twitter’s getting into ads: The Bottom Line

Recently, news broke that Twitter is putting together an advertising platform. How useful will this be? To find out, we talk to Doug Aamoth on the Bottom Line. Guests:Doug Aamoth , CrunchGearShow Notes:0:20 — Twitter Ad Platform coming, MediaPost3:45 — Twitter comes to Yahoo, PC World -----------------------Subscribing to TechVi:RSS: http://feeds.techvi.com/TechviiTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewP odcast?id=310732211Miro: http://subscribe.getmiro.com/?type=video&url1=http% 3A%2F%2Ffeeds.techvi.com%2FTechViShow To subscribe to individual shows, or by other services, check out http://techvi.com/.

DATE: Tue, 23 Feb 2010
SIZE: 63.3 MB
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Palm’s next webOS and the smartphone market: The Bottom Line

The next version of Palm's webOS is expected later this week. Brad Linder joins us on the Bottom Line to talk about the smartphone market and if this next iteration of the webOS will make dent.

DATE: Mon, 22 Feb 2010
SIZE: 7.38 MB
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Apple shakes up App Store: TechVi Now

Apple has removed a bunch of applications for being "sexy." Why the change? Also, Chuck Norris attacks the Internet. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Fri, 19 Feb 2010
SIZE: 16.0 MB
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Windows Phone 7, Skype over Verizon plus more: Weekly Wrapup

Comin' up on this week's Weekly Wrapup, we're talking the hottest tech stories of the week, including Windows Phone 7, Skype calls over the Verizon Wireless network, a new BlackBerry web browser, plus many more cool technology stories from the week.

DATE: Fri, 19 Feb 2010
SIZE: 80.5 MB
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Lenovo’s sleek new ThinkPad, a super-fast SSD, and more: HotHardware

We're talking some HotHardware including a stylish thin-and-light notebook from Lenovo, the Acer Aspire One 532g with NVIDIA Optimus Tech and the next generation Ion, the fastest SSD HotHardware has ever tested and more.Guests:Dave Altavilla , HotHardwareMarco Chiappetta , HotHardware

DATE: Fri, 19 Feb 2010
SIZE: 9.87 MB
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Wordpress crashes, takes down over 10 million blogs with it: TechVi Now

Wordpress.com was down for two hours, CBS may lower prices for Apple, and Foursquare has a response to PleaseRobMe.com. Find out more on TechVi.com

DATE: Fri, 19 Feb 2010
SIZE: 44.6 MB
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Tablet wars – Apple and HP shake things up?: The Bottom Line

Several rumors are floating around the next generation of tablet devices. Apple could have lower-priced e-books than its competitors, but HP is looking to one up Apple with a lower-priced slate. To make sense of all of this, we talk to John Falcone and Harry McCracken on The Bottom Line.

DATE: Fri, 19 Feb 2010
SIZE: 11.0 MB
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Microsoft-Yahoo deal good to go: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

There are now no major legal barriers to Microsoft and Yahoo's deal that would lead to Bing powering Yahoo's search engine. On the other hand, Google just got hit with a privacy lawsuit thanks to Google Buzz. Find out about these stories and more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Thu, 18 Feb 2010
SIZE: 9.82 MB
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Amazon brings Kindle to BlackBerry phones: TechVi Now Morning Edition

Amazon has released another way to read its Kindle e-books, this time on RIM's BlackBerry. Microsoft looks to keep Windows Mobile alive under a new name and Google kills something it just acquired. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Wed, 17 Feb 2010
SIZE: 9.96 MB
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FCC wants you to have 100Mbps broadband: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

A new plan would get 100 million homes a minimum broadband speed of 100Mbps by the year 2020. Also, Apple will be fixing certain MacBooks for free and HBO officially unveils its video streaming service.

DATE: Wed, 17 Feb 2010
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Tumblr takes away blog from blogger?: TechVi Now Morning Edition

Tumblr, the popular blogging service, is under fire after a blogger claims the company gave his subdomain name away. Also, Google dropped a nice surprise for the Wikimedia crew and Verizon will allow free voice calls over Skype. Find out more on TechVi Now. -----------------------Subscribing to TechVi:RSS: http://feeds.techvi.com/TechviiTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewP odcast?id=310732211Miro: http://subscribe.getmiro.com/?type=video&url1=http% 3A%2F%2Ffeeds.techvi.com%2FTechViShow To subscribe to individual shows, or by other services, check out http://techvi.com/.

DATE: Tue, 16 Feb 2010
SIZE: 11.5 MB
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Steve Jobs authorizes biography: TechVi Now

According to the New York Times, Steve Jobs will participate in crafting a biography on himself. Also, RIM introduces a new web browser for its BlackBerry, Sony quits on OLED, and more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Mon, 15 Feb 2010
SIZE: 17.4 MB
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Google and Apple still close?: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

A Google executive says that Apple and Google are still close partners. Did anyone tell Apple that? Nokia and Intel just became partners with a new mobile operating system. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Mon, 15 Feb 2010
SIZE: 30.6 MB
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Taking a look at Windows Phone 7 Series: The Bottom Line

Microsoft unveiled its next generation mobile operating system today. Did Microsoft manage to strike fear in the hearts of Apple, Google, and Palm? Tom Merritt joins us to talk about Windows Phone 7 Series on The Bottom Line.Guests:Tom Merritt , CNET

DATE: Mon, 15 Feb 2010
SIZE: 72.0 MB
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NVIDIA Optimus preview, affordable GPUs and six-core processors: HotHardware

Marco and Dave are back to talk about some HotHardware including a new player in the SSD market, affordable GPUs from ATI, NVIDIA Optimus technology that allows you to switch between integrated and discrete graphics on the fly and more.Guests:Dave Altavilla , HotHardwareMarco Chiappetta , HotHardware

DATE: Mon, 15 Feb 2010
SIZE: 17.2 MB
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Microsoft unveils Windows Phone 7 Series: TechVi Now Morning Edition

Microsoft's brand new mobile operating system is getting a lot of positive feedback already but you won't be able to get your hands on it for a while. On the flip side, Google Buzz received a lot of negative feedback when introduced, but Google has made some swift changes to try to make everyone happier. Also, Adobe introduced a new version of Flash for Android as well as a tool for app developers that could make all those mobile app stores equal. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Fri, 12 Feb 2010
SIZE: 13.5 MB
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iPhone jailbreak, 1Gbps Google internet connection plus more on the Weekly Wrapup

On this week's edition of the Weekly Wrapup, we cover the iPhone 3.1.3 jailbreak, Google Buzz, YouTube Safety Mode and more hot tech stories from the week.

DATE: Thu, 11 Feb 2010
SIZE: 9.96 MB
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FCC to free up airwaves for cell networks?: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

A plan would allow cell phone networks to get more airwaves for more reliable service. Also, Google Chrome for Mac OS X plays catch-up with its Windows counterpart. Find out about these stories and more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Thu, 11 Feb 2010
SIZE: 44.5 MB
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Is there room between a laptop and a phone?: The Bottom Line

Bill Gates was less than impressed with Apple's iPad saying the device was lacking. We talk to Erica Ogg and Ross Rubin to find out if the iPad can actually find a market or if it misses the mark.

DATE: Thu, 11 Feb 2010
SIZE: 9.83 MB
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Iran to block Gmail plus more on TechVi Now Morning Edition

Iran are planning to block Gmail, Bill Gates shares his thoughts on the Apple iPad plus Twitter hires ex Pixar executive, Ali Rowghani, as their CFO. All that on the Morning Edition of TechVi Now.

DATE: Wed, 10 Feb 2010
SIZE: 9.00 MB
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Google to create ultra high-speed network in the U.S.: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

Thanks to Google, thousands of  people will be able to access Internet speeds of up to 1Gb per second (also known as really really really fast). Why is Google getting into the broadband business? Find out about that story and more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:20 — Think big with a gig, Official Google Blog0:41 — Twitter: Now more than 1 billion tweets per month, Pingdom-----------------------Subscribing to TechVi:RSS: http://feeds.techvi.com/TechviiTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewP odcast?id=310732211Miro: http://subscribe.getmiro.com/?type=video&url1=http% 3A%2F%2Ffeeds.techvi.com%2FTechViShow To subscribe to individual shows, or by other services, check out http://techvi.com/.

DATE: Wed, 10 Feb 2010
SIZE: 40.9 MB
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What Google Buzz does: The Bottom Line

Rafe Needleman and Andrew Nusca join us to discuss what exactly Google Buzz is for and more importantly, whether this is the right move for Google.Guests:Rafe Needleman , WebwareAndrew Nusca , ZDNet, SmartPlanetShow Notes:0:21 — Google Buzz, Google0:40 — Debating Google Buzz, CNET News1:20 — Orkut, Wikipedia2:45 — Think big with gig, Official Google Blog

DATE: Wed, 10 Feb 2010
SIZE: 13.8 MB
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YouTube introduces Safety Mode: TechVi Now Morning Edition

Safety Mode will filter out objectionable material if a user prefers. Also, Opera will be showing off a new version of Opera Mini, this time for the iPhone - the big question is whether Apple will allow it in the App Store. Those stories and more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:42 — AOL integrates Facebook chat with AIM, Associated Press0:55 — Opera Mini for iPhone sneak peek, Opera1:10 — New browsing apps for the iPhone, CNET News1:17 — Why the Army does not train on Xboxes, Wired0:21 — Safety Mode: Giving You More Control on YouTube, YouTube Blog

DATE: Wed, 10 Feb 2010
SIZE: 66.0 MB
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Talking Google Buzz and Android: The Bottom Line

Can the Android OS survive with so many different versions out at one time? Also, a look at Google's brand new Buzz - which brings social networking into your Gmail. Seth Porges from Popular Mechanics joins us on The Bottom Line.Guests:Seth Porges , Popular MechanicsShow Notes:0:22 — Droid owners to get Android 2.1, Laptop Magazine1:00 — List of Android devices, Wikipedia2:04 — Android Developer site, Google4:27 — Google Buzz, Google2:58 — Nexus One, Google5:00 — Gmail goes social with Google Buzz, PC World8:35 — Popular Mechanics,

DATE: Wed, 10 Feb 2010
SIZE: 13.2 MB
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Google introduces Google Buzz: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

Google announced "Google Buzz" today, which brings social features to Gmail. Also, an Australian man must pay Nintendo over $1 million because he uploaded a copy of a Nintendo game. Those stories and more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:42 — Nintendo pirate to pay, Sydney Morning Herald1:00 — Google starts live phone support for Nexus One owners, Enagdget1:14 — Internet Explorer 8, CEOP:18 — Google Buzz, Google

DATE: Mon, 08 Feb 2010
SIZE: 48.2 MB
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Taking a look at Mass Effect 2: The Bottom Line

Mass Effect 2 has been out for a little while and it is a huge hit with critics and the public, selling over two million copies. What's the big deal? We talk with Nate Lanxon and Kevin Tofel on the Bottom Line to find out. Guests:Nate Lanxon , Wired.co.ukKevin Tofel , jkOnTheRunShow Notes:0:19 — Mass Effect 2 Review, Wired.co.uk -----------------------Subscribing to TechVi:RSS: http://feeds.techvi.com/TechviiTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewP odcast?id=310732211Miro: http://subscribe.getmiro.com/?type=video&url1=http% 3A%2F%2Ffeeds.techvi.com%2FTechViShow To subscribe to individual shows, or by other services, check out http://techvi.com/. 

DATE: Mon, 08 Feb 2010
SIZE: 15.4 MB
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Google’s universal translator for Android: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

The translator would run on Android phones - all you have to do is speak to it and it will translate for you. Also, the Motorola Droid is getting an upgrade that will make it more like Google's Nexus One. That and more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:18 — Google is working on speech-to-speech translation for Android, Mashable0:33 — Apple iPad prices may drop, Business Insider0:46 — Moto Droid to get Android 2.1, Engadget

DATE: Mon, 08 Feb 2010
SIZE: 11.6 MB
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Verizon Wireless censors 4chan: TechVi Now Morning Edition

Users of Verizon Wireless cannot reach 4chan, the iPhone's latest OS is now jailbreak-friendly, Google explains why they ran a Super Bowl ad, and more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Mon, 08 Feb 2010
SIZE: 33.2 MB
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Grading Windows 7 three months later: The Bottom Line

Windows 7 has been out for about 3 months now, and has already gained 10% market share for operating systems. Has it washed out the bad taste of Windows Vista and has it been as successful as we expected? We talk to Chris Spera from JustAnotherMobileMonday and Eric Sandine, contributor here at TechVi about this on today's edition of the Bottom Line.Guests:Eric Sandine , TechViChris Spera , JustAnotherMobileMondayShow Notes:0:25 — Windows 7 gains 10% market share, CNET News

DATE: Fri, 05 Feb 2010
SIZE: 14.6 MB
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Google to drop support for IE6, Google Tablet plus more on TechVi: Top Stories

We've compiled the top tech stories from TechVi Now from the past week to create a new show called TechVi: Top Stories. This week, Google announced plans to drop support for IE6, Macmillan and Amazon disputing over book pricing plus much more on TechVi: Top Stories.Show Notes:0:11 — Google to pull IE6 support, ABC News0:29 — Amazon dispute with Macmillan, ABC News0:54 — Google Chrome OS Tablet, Chromium Dev Blog1:21 — Nexus One gets multi-touch, Engadget1:35 — AOL makes a profit, TechCrunch

DATE: Thu, 04 Feb 2010
SIZE: 10.2 MB
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Google to drop GMail and calendar support from IE6: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

2010 may be the death of Internet Explorer 6.0, at least for some Google users. Also, Sony released some financial information and things are actually going well thanks in part to the PS3. If you have a PS3 or other video game system, you may be excited because there is a new Sonic the Hedgehog game coming. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:17 — IE6 users to be evicted from Gmail and Google Calendar, Ars Technica0:38 — Sony posts sharply higher earnings and offers upbeat outlook, VentureBeat0:55 — Sonic the Hedgehog 4 goes episodic this summer, Gamespot

DATE: Thu, 04 Feb 2010
SIZE: 10.2 MB
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Google to drop GMail and calendar support from IE6: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

2010 may be the death of Internet Explorer 6.0, at least for some Google users. Also, Sony released some financial information and things are actually going well thanks in part to the PS3. If you have a PS3 or other video game system, you may be excited because there is a new Sonic the Hedgehog game coming. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:17 — IE6 users to be evicted from Gmail and Google Calendar, Ars Technica0:38 — Sony posts sharply higher earnings and offers upbeat outlook, VentureBeat0:55 — Sonic the Hedgehog 4 goes episodic this summer, Gamespot

DATE: Thu, 04 Feb 2010
SIZE: 10.2 MB
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Google to drop GMail and calendar support from IE6: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

2010 may be the death of Internet Explorer 6.0, at least for some Google users. Also, Sony released some financial information and things are actually going well thanks in part to the PS3. If you have a PS3 or other video game system, you may be excited because there is a new Sonic the Hedgehog game coming. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:17 — IE6 users to be evicted from Gmail and Google Calendar, Ars Technica0:38 — Sony posts sharply higher earnings and offers upbeat outlook, VentureBeat0:55 — Sonic the Hedgehog 4 goes episodic this summer, Gamespot

DATE: Thu, 04 Feb 2010
SIZE: 37.6 MB
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Facebook doppelgangers, Zune phones, and laptops: The Bottom Line

Lots of things to discuss today with Jake Gaecke of Appletell and JG Mason of Gadgetell. The two join the Bottom Line to discuss a wide range of topics including the Zune phone, the iPad, and even USB 3.0. Guests:Jake Gaecke , AppletellJG Mason , GadgetellShow Notes:0:33 — The Apple iPad, Apple1:58 — Engadget turned off its comments temporarily, Engadget3:01 — USB 3.0 and laptops, PC World3:57 — Facebook doppelganger craze is illegal, Download Squad4:48 — Amazon caves to Macmillan, TechCrunch6:41 — Zune phone to debut at MWC, Gizmodo

DATE: Thu, 04 Feb 2010
SIZE: 15.4 MB
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Amazon acquires touchscreen company: TechVi Now Morning Edition

The countdown to a touchscreen Amazon device has begun. Also, Facebook has changed up the way it displays your e-mail address and there are a couple of new ways to discover apps if you use Android or iPhone. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:17 — Amazon buys touchscreen maker, PC World0:44 — HarperCollins wants more for its ebooks, AppleInsider1:01 — Facebook puts email addresses in plain text, Inside Facebook1:26 — Weather Channel Android app via the TV, Android Tapp1:36 — Apple lets you preview iPhone apps on iTunes Preview, TechCrunch

DATE: Wed, 03 Feb 2010
SIZE: 29.6 MB
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The Google tablet and multi-touch Nexus One: The Bottom Line

Google showed off its Chrome OS on a tablet in a concept video and also upgraded its Nexus One with multi-touch. What do these moves really mean for Google? We talk to Kevin Harter and Jonathan Strickland to figure it out on the Bottom LineGuests:Kevin Harter , Backslash TechnologiesJonathan Strickland , HowStuffWorks.comShow Notes:0:21 — Google Chrome OS on a tablet concepts, The Chromium Projects1:40 — Nexus One updated with multi-touch, Engadget

DATE: Wed, 03 Feb 2010
SIZE: 14.2 MB
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AOL actually makes a profit: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

In other news, some light is shed on why Apple went with AT&T for the iPad, Nokia's Ovi Maps are a hit, and the Mac Pro can't handle audio. Find out more on TechVi Now. Show Notes:0:09 — AOL revenues down, TechCrunch0:26 — ATT obid Verizon for the iPad, Electronista0:42 — Ovi Maps downloaded 1.4 million times, Engadget0:59 — Nahalem Mac Pros take a hit when playing audio, Ars Technica

DATE: Wed, 03 Feb 2010
SIZE: 8.29 MB
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Google adds multi-touch to Nexus One: TechVi Now Morning Edition

Google's phone finally lets people pinch and zoom, while Apple's new iPhone OS update breaks jailbreaking tools. In the web browser market, there's a new champion. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:07 — Nexus One upgrade adds multitouch, Engadget0:20 — Apple iPhone OS 3.1.3 update, PC World0:39 — IE8 is the top browser, Ars Technica

DATE: Tue, 02 Feb 2010
SIZE: 7.82 MB
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Google shows off Chrome OS Tablet concept: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

Google has released concept images and a video showing off how Chrome OS could work on a tablet computer. In oddball news, MySpace is still tops in at least one social networking arena. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:08 — Chrome OS on a tablet, Google0:36 — Use of Twitter, Facebook rising among gang members, Sydney Morning Herald

DATE: Tue, 02 Feb 2010
SIZE: 60.7 MB
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E-books after the Amazon fiasco: The Bottom Line

Now that Macmillan showed that a publishing company could get Amazon to raise prices on e-books, will others follow? We talk to Clayton Morris and Brian Heater to make sense of the still developing e-book landscape.Guests:Brian Heater , PC MagClayton Morris , Fox News ChannelShow Notes:0:22 — Amazon Concedes Battle in Pricing War, PC Mag1:30 — Apple iPad, Apple2:24 — Macmillan’s Amazon Beatdown Proves Content Is King, Wired3:30 — Apple iPad features, Apple4:04 — E-books for education, PC World

DATE: Tue, 02 Feb 2010
SIZE: 12.0 MB
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Twitter gets hit by a phishing attack: TechVi Now Morning Edition

Over 40,000 Twitter accounts have been compromised due to a phishing attack. Also, there's lots of Apple rumors swirling including a Verizon iPad and an iPad camera. Find out about these stories and more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:08 — Twitter forcing users to change passwords due to phishing attacks, The Next Web0:35 — Verizon iPad could be coming, Business Insider0:47 — iPad camera may be reality, Mission Repair1:02 — Yet another Apple tablet rumor, TechCrunch1:12 — ATT 3G version of Nexus One coming, CNET News

DATE: Tue, 02 Feb 2010
SIZE: 50.2 MB
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The Apple iPad rumors will not die: The Bottom Line

Even with the official specs announced, iPad rumors continue to swirl. Will there be a Verizon version? Will it have a camera? More importantly - will anyone care if the rumors are true? We talk to Dana Wollman and Alfredo Padilla to make sense of all of this on The Bottom Line.Guests:Dana Wollman , Laptop MagazineAlfredo Padilla , TheAppleBlogShow Notes:0:46 — Verizon iPad could be coming, Business Insider1:44 — iPad camera may be reality, Mission Repair0:20 — Apple iPad, Apple3:50 — TheAppleBlog3:10 — Hands on with the Apple iPad, Laptop Magazine

DATE: Mon, 01 Feb 2010
SIZE: 71.3 MB
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Alienware’s tiny M11x, iPad’s identity crisis, and more: HotHardware

Dave Altavilla and Marco Chiapetta return to talk about the latest HotHardware. This week, we're talking about NAND Flash, Alienware's new M11x, the iPad, and the NVIDIA GF100. Guests:Marco Chiapetta , HotHardwareDave Altavilla , HotHardwareShow Notes:0:16 — Intel and Micron Unveil 25nm NAND Flash, HotHardware.com2:12 — Dell Alienware Diana Team Continues M11x Tease Tour, HotHardware.com3:41 — iPad's Identity Crisis and Apple's A4 CPU Showstopper, HotHardware.com7:03 — NVIDIA GF100 Architecture and Feature Preview, HotHardware.com8:33 — Win a new rig from HotHardware, HotHardware.com

DATE: Mon, 01 Feb 2010
SIZE: 17.5 MB
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Some Amazon e-books to cost more: TechVi Now

After a short spat, Amazon will be raising prices of certain books published by Macmillan to comply with the book publisher's demands. In other news, Mozilla officially introduces Firefox for certain Nokia phones, the iPad makes a public appearance, and Steve Jobs has some choice words for Adobe and Google. Find out about these stories and more on TechVi Now. Show Notes:0:07 — Amazon.com to capitulate to Macmillan price demand, ABC News0:29 — Mozilla releases first mobile Firefox browser, CNET0:47 — Stephen Colbert gets an iPad and shows it off at the Grammys, App Advice1:06 — Google phasing out support for IE6, CNET News

DATE: Fri, 29 Jan 2010
SIZE: 17.5 MB
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Apple fighting for iPad trademark: TechVi Now

Apple's iPad is not even out yet and so far it is the center of a trademark controversy, a feud with Adobe over Flash, and Netflix is putting it on the back burner. In non-Apple news, Microsoft and Amazon pulled in some big bucks last quarter. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Thu, 28 Jan 2010
SIZE: 57.8 MB
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In-depth on the Apple iPad with Jason Snell: The Bottom Line

It's been a whole day since the Apple iPad dropped. Macworld's Jason Snell joins us to talk about the iPad's internals, a potential killer app, and more on the Bottom Line. Guests:Jason Snell , MacworldShow Notes:0:02 — Apple iPad, Apple0:33 — The Apple A4 powers the iPad, CNET News6:00 — iPad for Comics, Macworld3:10 — Microsoft Office for Mac OS X, Microsoft3:40 — Apple introduces iWork for iPad, Macworld1:36 — Apple iPad specs, Apple4:17 — Apple iPad, Apple

DATE: Thu, 28 Jan 2010
SIZE: 9.27 MB
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Motorola to create a phone for Google: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

The deal would be similar to Google-HTC deal regarding the Nexus One. Maybe the phone could work on Verizon because Vz had a really bad quarter. In video game news, 2K Sports wants to give you a million dollars for playing one of its games and did Nintendo turn down a million dollar idea years ago? Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:08 — Motorola building a phone for Google, The Street0:20 — Win a million dollars playing MLB 2K10, Kotaku0:32 — Nintendo turned down Natal, Electronista0:52 — Verizon tanks, Digital Trends

DATE: Thu, 28 Jan 2010
SIZE: 8.92 MB
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Apple iPad SDK reveals some surprises: TechVi Now Morning Edition

The iPad's SDK mentions things like a camera and a way to return to a call; the odd part is there is no camera on the iPad,nor is there voice calling with the wireless plans. Also, some financial news out of Nokia and Nintendo shows one company doing better than expected. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Wed, 27 Jan 2010
SIZE: 30.4 MB
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Is the Apple iPad a winner?: The Bottom Line

Apple's tablet has finally been announced and it's a mixed bag. Some are calling this nothing but a larger iPod Touch. Others think this could be the start of something big. We talk to Kirk Hiner of Appletell and Techmeme's Rich DeMuro about Apple's latest creation on the Bottom Line.Guests:Kirk Hiner , AppletellRich DeMuro , Techmeme.comShow Notes:0:20 — Apple iPad, Apple1:00 — Apple event coverage, gdgt

DATE: Wed, 27 Jan 2010
SIZE: 11.2 MB
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Apple iPad released: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

We're talking the Apple tablet, released earlier today which has a 9.7" capacitive touch screen, uses a modified version of the iPhone OS, plus is available with a 3G connection. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Wed, 27 Jan 2010
SIZE: 9.11 MB
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Apple tablet leaked?: TechVi Now Morning Edition

McGraw-Hill CEO Terry McGraw confirmed the Apple Tablet on CNBC and Engadget seems to have pics of the device. Anyone want to take bets on Cupertino's reaction to this spill? In non-Apple news, TechCrunch seems to have made an enemy because they were hacked again. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:08 — McGraw-Hill CEO confirms Apple Tablet, MacRumors0:40 — Possible pictures of the Apple Tablet, Engadget0:57 — TechCrunch Hacked again, The Next Web1:10 — Ubuntu dumps Google for Yahoo, Popey.com1:25 — Newsday.com only has 35 subscribers, DownloadSqud1:36 — PS3 Hacked, Eurogamer.net

DATE: Tue, 26 Jan 2010
SIZE: 9.88 MB
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President Obama to answer questions from YouTube: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

http://tcvi.me/1haThe President will answer video questions submitted to YouTube.com/CitizenTube after his "State of the Union" address. Also, Walmart denies any Google's Nexus One rumors while Google Voice just got a whole lot better on the iPhone and the webOS. Those stories and more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:7 — Obama to take questions via YouTube, answer themonline, AFP0:38 — Google Voice finally on iPhone -- in the browser, CNET News0:59 — U.S. bans texting by truckers, bus drivers, Reuters0:24 — No Nexus One at Walmart, Business Insider

DATE: Tue, 26 Jan 2010
SIZE: 32.3 MB
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Anything but the Apple Tablet: The Bottom Line

 http://tcvi.me/1hb Doug Aamoth from CrunchGear and Stuart Miles of Pocket-lint join us to talk about anything but the Apple Tablet. We talk about Skype TVs, 3D, HTML5 vs. Flash, and so much more. Catch it all on The Bottom Line.Guests:Doug Aamoth , CrunchGearStuart Miles , Pocket-lintShow Notes:4:28 — Skype on your TV, Skype3:28 — doubleTwist partners with T-Mobile, PC Mag2:42 — TechCrunch Hacked, TechCrunch3:55 — Google Nexus One coming to Walmart, Business Insider5:12 — Nokia and free maps, Cellular News1:52 — 3DTVs are the future, UberGizmo2:59 — Firefox 3.6 released, Mozilla Blog1:01 — YouTube and Vimeo try out HTML5 for video, TomsGuide

DATE: Tue, 26 Jan 2010
SIZE: 13.3 MB
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Apple pushing for cheaper TV shows on iTunes: TechVi Now Morning Edition

If Apple gets its way, TV shows could drop in price to only $0.99, but there's resistance from the networks on this proposed change. In the continuing saga of Google and China, the two are trying to work out some kind of truce. Google may have another deal set up in the U.S. with Walmart to start stocking the Nexus One. All that and more on TechVi Now. Show Notes:0:08 — Apple Pushing TV Networks To Slash Prices On iTunes, Business INsider0:28 — TechCrunch back online after hacking attack, BBC0:43 — Google negotiating ways to keep presence in China, Associated Press1:05 — Google Nexus One coming to Walmart, Business Insider1:26 — Palm Pre gets Assassin's Creed, Gizmodo

DATE: Mon, 25 Jan 2010
SIZE: 7.23 MB
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Google unveils new Chrome: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

A new stable version of Chrome incorporates some beta features like extensions and bookmark syncing. A new version of the Super Mario Brothers is selling a huge amount of copies and we check in with the latest from Apple. All that and more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:06 — Extensions, bookmark sync and more for Google Chrome, Official Google Blog0:24 — New Super Mario Brothers Wii tops 10 millions, PC World0:41 — The Most Important Thing Steve Jobs has ever done, TechCrunch0:57 — Apple Tablet Detected, Flurry Blog

DATE: Mon, 25 Jan 2010
SIZE: 14.7 MB
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Bill Gates is everywhere online: The Bottom Line

Grant Bell and Brad Linder join us on The Bottom Line to take a look at Bill Gates' recent push to increase his online presence. With a new Twitter page and a new site at TheGatesNotes.com, Gates is more public than ever.Guests:Grant Bell , KohiveBrad Linder , DownloadSquad.comShow Notes:0:08 — Bill Gates explains why he joined Twitter, Mashable1:11 — Get all your news from Twitter and Facebook, About.com3:12 — Bill Gates Biography, Wikipedia

DATE: Mon, 25 Jan 2010
SIZE: 7.53 MB
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No more BlackBerrys in the U.S.?: TechVi Now Morning Edition

http://tcvi.me/1h6 Motorola and Eastman Kodak are attempting to stop the importing of RIM's BlackBerry smartphones to the United States due to patent disputes. In other phone news, T-Mobile has an official solution to sync its Android phones with doubleTwist. Also, a new music file format could be an iTunes LP competitor. All that and more on TechVi Now. Show Notes:0:43 — MP3 pioneers launch deluxe file, BBC0:24 — doubleTwist partners with T-Mobile, TechCrunch1:01 — HP to launch music service in Europe, Reuters1:15 — How the Nexus One censors cuss words, CNET News0:06 — Motorla seeks US BlackBerry ban, ZDNet

DATE: Fri, 22 Jan 2010
SIZE: 7.53 MB
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Astronauts start tweeting from space: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

NASA has set up the International Space Station with an internet connection. Also, YouTube will start streaming sports and Doctors without Borders uses tech to create hospitals in Haiti. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:7 — NASA Astronaut Tweets from Space,0:24 — YouTube to show live, major sports events, LA Times0:36 — Plug-and-play hospitals, BoingBoingDonate to Doctors without Borders,RedCross.org,

DATE: Fri, 22 Jan 2010
SIZE: 10.5 MB
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Digg to get shocking redesign: TechVi Now Morning Edition

http://tcvi.me/1h3 Kevin Rose has warned Digg users that the site will undergo drastic changes in the coming months. Meanwhile, Verizon looks to get plenty of Palm devices out in the world by giving away Palm Pixi Pluses. Those stories and more on TechVi Now. Show Notes:0:6 — Drastic Digg overhaul could shock users, Telegraph0:26 — Verizon prices Palm Pre Plus, Engadget0:45 — Vimeo offers HTML5 video playback, CNET News1:03 — YouTube to be profitable this year, Financial Times

DATE: Thu, 21 Jan 2010
SIZE: 34.2 MB
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Amazon Kindle Apps plus iPhone to have Bing?

Today on the Bottom Line we talk with Wendy Sheehan Donnell from PC Mag and Kevin Harter, a contributor here at TechVi and owner of Backslash Technologies, about the SDK which Amazon released for the Kindle today. Will these apps make the Kindle a more appealing device despite the limited black and white e-ink display? Apple is rumored to be changing the default search engine to Microsoft's Bing, does this hint at the Apple versus Google 'war' and what does this mean for iPhone users?Guests:Kevin Harter , Backslash TechnologiesWendy Sheehan Donnell , PC MagShow Notes:0:25 — Kindle Apps, PC Mag2:25 — Bing on iPhone, BBC

DATE: Thu, 21 Jan 2010
SIZE: 36.2 MB
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New Firefox and Hulu’s plan to charge: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

Firefox 3.6 landed today and it is supposed to be much faster and more stable. Also, details about Hulu's plan to start charging for its content emerge while a controversy is brewing over Verizon's internet service. Find out more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:28 — Hulu may start charging monthly fee, LA Times0:7 — Mozilla Firefox 3.6 released, Mozilla Blog0:49 — Verizon is not booting users, BroadBand Reports

DATE: Thu, 21 Jan 2010
SIZE: 12.0 MB
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Kindle to get apps: TechVi Now Morning Edition

http://tcvi.me/1gv Amazon announced a Kindle development kit for different kind of content on the e-book reader. Also, YouTube is making waves with its new HTML5 video player and its upcoming movie rentals. Find out about these stories and more on TechVi Now. Show Notes:0:6 — Amazon announces Kindle development kit, Amazon0:26 — YouTube HTML5 support, YouTube Blog0:43 — YouTube movie rentals coming, BBC0:59 — Nokia gives away GPS app, Wired1:14 — Grammy awards to feature 3D Michael Jackson tribute, CNN

DATE: Wed, 20 Jan 2010
SIZE: 6.94 MB
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Bill Gates starts a personal website: TechVi Now Afternoon Edition

GatesNotes.com is the new personal site of Bill Gates where he shares information that only Bill Gates could access. Some Verizon users won't be able to access GatesNotes or any other site as Verizon has announced that it has cut off service from some alleged filed sharers. Find out about those stories and more on TechVi Now

DATE: Wed, 20 Jan 2010
SIZE: 16.8 MB
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comapny:Microsoft, guest: Kevin C Tofel, guest: Robert Nelson, Windows Mobile 7, zune.

The latest rumors are saying that the next Windows Mobile operating system will come in two versions, a business edition and another heavily influenced by the Zune. Would this move make any sense for Microsoft? We talk to Robert Nelson, Editor at Gadgetell.com, and Kevin Tofel of jkOnTheRun.com to get some insights on The Bottom Line.Guests:Robert Nelson , Gadgetell.comKevin Tofel , jkOnTheRunShow Notes:0:22 — Running down the latest Zune Phone rumors, CNET News

DATE: Wed, 20 Jan 2010
SIZE: 12.1 MB
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New York Times to put up paywall in 2011: TechVi Now AM

Readers of the New York Times will no longer have unlimited access to the online version of the site beginning next year. Also, Bill Gates joins Twitter, Amazon makes a move to create cheaper Kindle books and Google talks about China in its sponsored ad section. All that and more on TechVi Now.Show Notes:0:23 — Twitter.com/BillGates, The Next Web0:39 — Amazon and its new royalty program, Amazon1:00 — Google advertises its China position with search ads, Wall Street Journal0:6 — NYT to Charge for Frequent Access to Its Web Site, Associated Press

DATE: Tue, 19 Jan 2010
SIZE: 12.4 MB
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Google’s Nexus One not coming to China: TechVi Now (Afternoon Edition)

Officially, Google has not released its reasons for delaying the release of its phone in China, but there are some theories floating around. Also, Microsoft's Xbox 360 may get live streaming sports if a deal with ESPN can be reached. Find out about that and more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Tue, 19 Jan 2010
SIZE: 41.7 MB
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What will Apple unveil on January 27th?

All signs are pointing to Apple releasing a tablet during their next press event. We talk to Dana Wollman of Laptop Magazine and Chris Spera of JustAnotherMobileMonday.com to find out what Apple's next creation may be. Guests:Dana Wollman , Laptop MagazineChris Spera , JustAnotherMobileMonday.comShow Notes:0:26 — The Apple Tablet and January 27th, Laptop Magazine

DATE: Tue, 19 Jan 2010
SIZE: 6.18 MB
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Apple event coming: TechVi Now (Morning Edition)

We knew it was coming, but now it's official - Apple will announce something on January 27th. Let the speculation begin. Also, Revision3 makes a play for Conan O'Brien. Find out more on TechVi Now.

DATE: Sat, 16 Jan 2010
SIZE: 34.6 MB
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Worst of CES 2010

CES 2010 had lots of great tech, like internet connected TVs, convertible tablet laptops and apps on nearly every gadget, but every gadget wasn't perfect. Iyaz talks with Tom Merritt, Executive Editor with CNET.com and JG Mason from KnowYourCell.com to discuss the worst tech of CES including the slate computer form and the often over-hyped e-book reader.Guests:Tom Merritt , CNET TVJG Mason , KnowYourCell.com

DATE: Fri, 15 Jan 2010
SIZE: 34.6 MB
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Google uncensors its Chinese site, but why?

To comply with Chinese laws, Google censored its Google.cn site. Recently, Google had a change of heart and will no longer censor its results that appear in China. While Google did specify its reasons in its blog, there may have been more reasons for its big move. Jonathan Strickland of HowStuffWorks.com and our own Randall Bennett weigh in on this change.Guests:Jonathan Strickland , HowStuffWorks.comRandall Bennett , TechVi.com

DATE: Fri, 15 Jan 2010
SIZE: 4.03 MB
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Disney to pull content from Netflix?: TechVi Now (Morning Edition)

Netflix's streaming video service may lose some Disney content. A deal between Starz, Disney, and Netflix allows for streaming Disney content, but Disney may want to make some changes. Find out more on TechVi Now.


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