A new technology from Zyxio allows you to control your PC by breathing. Obviously this is good for accessibility, but it could also mean good and bad news for gamers. We'll discuss. We also rundown the latest news from CES, including the Intel keynote. And we talk with the winner of the Apps for Innovation contest about his Web site that makes it easy for you to find out what the government is about to do to you and gives you a chance to make a comment.
Intel touts 3D, apps for Netbooks at CES
Surprise, surprise: HTC’s Euro-spec Nexus One does multitouch
Palm introduces Palm Pre Plus: 16GB, coming to Verizon on January 25
Zyxio’s ’Sensawaft’ tech lets you control a cursor with your breath, you lazy jerk
Chat with Verizon Wireless CTO Lynch on end of all-you-can-eat pricing
France considers 'Google Tax' to pay creative work
Google launches local search for mobile
Greenpeace ranks Apple greenest electronics maker
Government skeptical wireless can open up broadband market
Digital albums, vinyl made a comeback in ‘09 while CDs slide
CEA Winner: Bob Burbach GovPulse
Hey Buzz Crew,
I was listening to Yesterday’s podcast (Thursday at CES) and Leo was talking about how MS is a “Me Too” company. Then you all went on to talk about Ford Sync and how awesome it was. None of you pointed out who Ford Sync was by… It’s by the “Me Too” company Microsoft. Just thought I’d point that out.
Josh from Indiana
Is it just me or was Tom Merrit flipping me off at 0:08 in his First Look video at the Samsung E-Reader from CES? Is he sending us some sort of subliminal message about Samsung or E-Readers? Why can’t he just use his pointer finger to point at it? I mean, it is called a POINTER finger.
There's a hidden message behind ESPN 3D that many people aren't getting when the channel was announced.
1 - ESPN
2 - ESPN 2
3 - ESPN U
4 - ESPNews
5 - ESPN Classic
6 - ESPN Deportes
7 - ESPN Plus
8 - ESPN 3D
ESPN 3D is the eighth channel, making ESPN 3D the unofficial ESPN the ocho. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50jVa25gmWs)
New Orleans, LA