Month: May 2011

Nerdblurb Episode 154

This week in Nerdblurb’s, we talk about Amazon’s electronics trade-in program, the Amazon Mac Store, and a potential audience shift away from 3D movies. Next up, we discuss Gamefly’s Direct2Drive acquisition, Sony’s never-ending PSN saga, and I give you my impressions of Dead or Alive Dimensions. Finally, we close out the show with Apple news, stupid parents, and stupid plankers. Read more →

Nerdblurb Episode 153

This week in Nerdblurbs, we discuss the Netflix’s bandwidth usage, San Francisco ditching the Yellow Pages, and Facebook smearing Google. Then, in Videogames, we talk about the latest PSN exploit, Sony’s PSN “Welcome Back” program, and the Xperia Play. We also talk a bit about the live recording for podcast 152, what we want to to with the live shows, and what you can do to help us. Read more →

Nerdblurb Episode 152

This week in Nerdblurbs, we talk about Microsoft buying Skype and Chrome possibly being hacked. Then, in hardware news, we talk about the recently announced Chromebooks, Android at Home, and Edgar talks some more about SSD caching. Finally, we close out the podcast with some videogame news, an Amazon Cloud Player update, and some lens talk. Read more →