Month: April 2011

Nerdblurb Episode 149

So this week in Nerdblurbs, we talk about Google’s new Map Maker, Adobe adding http streaming for Flash, and theater owners getting upset over video on demand. Then, in Hardware, we talk about OLED TV’s, the Blackberry Playbook, and Samsung getting out of the HDD business. Finally, in Videogames, we talk about Mortal Kombat, Best Buy’s push to sell more games, and give you guys an update on how we feel about the 3DS. Read more →

Nerdblurb Episode 148

In Nerdblurbs, we talk about Google’s billion dollar Nortel bid, the Coast Guard’s adjustment for fat Americans, and Netflix’s latest content purchase. Then, in Hardware, we talk about the dirty little SSD secret you gotta watch out for, and discuss why Honeycomb only has 50 native apps. Finally, in Videogames, we talk about Ridge Race and Ghost Recon on the 3DS, Anonymous targeting Sony, and Angry Birds taking over the world. Read more →

Nerdblurb Episode 147

This week in Nerdblurbs, we talk about Amazon’s new Cloud Drive service, Samsung intentionally installing keyloggers, and we discuss the ongoing efforts by content producers to make streaming services suck. Then, in Videogames, we talk about Metacritic’s new developer scoring, Microsoft’s new file format for the Xbox 360, and one European retailer’s shaddy shenanigans. Finally, we close out the show with our blowout impressions of the Nintendo 3DS. Read more →