Jul 31st 2006
This Week in Tech 64
Hosted by Leo Laporte
E3 fades to black, or at least a shade of gray, who needs Core 2?, and Billy Bragg abandons MySpace...
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E3 fades to black, or at least a shade of gray, who needs Core 2?, and Billy Bragg abandons MySpace.
- Frank Barnako says podcasts could conceivably be earning $1 million
- Gigavox Media launches their first three channels today!
- Patrick is working from a Falcon Northwest Core 2 Duo machine.
- AMD is at its highest marketshare of all time (22%).
- AMD and ATI finalized their deal this week.
- A Microsoft demo of Windows Vista's voice recogniction technology went awry
- Microsoft is charging $1.50 for the Office 2007 beta.
- E3 is downsizing.
- A power outage in Los Angeles knocked out MySpace.
- Billy Bragg, a British protest singer, has started a protest against MySpace.
- The US House of Representatives has passed the DOPA (Deleting Online Predators Act) which basically says "kids can't chat."
- Leo and others are trying to set up a TechTV reunion.