The FAA has asked Boeing to prove that its new connected airplane isn't so connected it can connect hackers. We also discuss why folks think women aren't as good at math when all the women we know are great at math. And we hash over some Apple tablet rumors. I mean, how could we not? We also have special guest host Clayton Morris from Fox News, and Ryan Shrout from PC Perspective.
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Last gasp of Apple rumors. Last chance to wildly speculate or set up your Jobs Bingo cards
The Apple tablet may come with a Barnes & Noble Bookstore
Who wants to build Apple tablet apps? Not just game developers (survey)
Good first quarter results
AT&T will improve network for iPhone, Apple says (Update1)
Google Voice back on iPhone through Safari browser
Report: Attackers sent Google workers IMs from ‘friends’
DOT bans DWT by truckers and bus drivers
Study shows why girls fear math: They learn it from their women teachers
FAA wants to know how airplanes are hack-proof
Univ. study suggests e-readers can do little to help newspapers
Is the digital age making it harder for us to reach out to extraterrestrials?
Tomorrow tune into the live stream a half hour early at 1 p.m. Eastern/10 a.m. Pacific for the extended preshow. We’ll be discussing the Apple announcement as it happens. Follow along on the live blog and keep us open in the stream in another tab. We’ll be cutting through the hype, taking comments from the chat room, and generally having a grand, old preshow time. Then as soon as the announcement is over, we’ll crank up the latest official episode of Buzz Out Loud. http://www.cnet.com/live/bol
Joe has some problems with the Google profanity filters on Google Voice
Hi Buzz Crew,
I have been trying to figure out why I need a tablet when I have an iPhone and a MacBook Pro. John Gruber posted an interesting theory about how the tablet will take over for a laptop. That was a nice idea but I still couldn’t see myself giving up my laptop for a tablet. Then I ran across this article from Slate:
I realized the problem was me. The Jesus Tablet is not a product aimed at techies, it’s a computer for people who find using computers frustrating. The more I think about it the more it makes sense to me. The sub $1000 price point, the iPhone OS, the rumor saying it’s a family computer, the tablet form factor – this will be the first true appliance computer.
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