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One welcome to gadgets and games on Clayton Morris on this beautiful Friday afternoon you can check us out on Twitter as well you can email us you can fire and there's that's that's me -- this week.
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Over at CNET joining me today can't wait I'm very excited about this.
But the -- about it.
-- Wilson tang.
Jeff Bakalar -- you all from the world we're doing as always you guys that saluted security lets you -- -- this time it took some convincing.
Don't we we give -- name tags here is security.
Did they spell them correctly.
I'm Wilson tang and got you right and just -- yeah.
Just you they got a -- Got to.
I think that.
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I -- Ramon Morris and every do you have a stack of those cards and all misspelled not one of them was active -- -- Leave Morrison's look at nominee with full time athletic that your guys name wasn't -- but -- there.
-- -- Neil Cavuto walked through the door 1 morning and beta and even though we was and he said -- -- -- -- humbling experience and it's that big sign that.
Photo up there.
With about Internet talking about it.
So we have so much to talk about today on -- -- talk about a lot of video games because that's we do -- Ross going to be talking about some movies because you guys -- talking about movies so whenever I.
We have to talk about what a poignant day of course John -- -- -- 59 so we have some clips we're gonna I would try to guess what your favorite John Hughes movie.
I'll I see if I can pull out I got to get to -- So we'll get -- -- a little bit but we've also got a lot of tech news when he gets into our first talk about the big story Twitter going down on.
I think -- nobody had been a little different -- -- -- -- Think all that.
-- call it back not FaceBook.
Not quite going down on the but slowing up a little bit even FriendFeed.
A lot of you know it sort of went yeah what happens when it was -- denial of service attack from some hackers but from whom and why will I have.
What you guys.
-- a lot -- -- actually went down yesterday because they're all connected with.
Where the twins would experience -- we're gonna lingo what play to it but they never stop the it would -- -- people were yesterday two people relate.
You know -- and it's helped thousands of people how good this -- I put enough.
Because often what actually sort of sinister about it -- well I didn't get what did you do overs you know you guys able to do everything I read a news.
On the toilet of -- feel like I'm just reading these articles I can't talk about it anymore all other businesses -- are relying on Twitter to actually get their message out and so this was actually crippling for a lot of businesses are here it's very to think how vulnerable.
Twitter is the stuff this is a basic sort of thing hasn't gone for fifteen years on the Internet idealists attacks on the president is the first time -- ever actually happened Twitter so what -- for the alert viewers is we try to keep it -- too techie here it is easy button here click here yeah.
I denial of service attack this is what this was this is one of the most basic forms of hacker attacks it's very light it doesn't really do much other than.
Deny you service to your favorite web sites right again what else is there to.
Vote the way generally works is just a bunch of computers are taken over by hackers and they send they're called HTTP requests it's just like.
Hey show me your website but they don't really want to see the web -- -- sent thousands and thousands of these in the service get.
So Wilson did a good analogy I should he said on.
It's like if you're getting so many phone calls that no one can get through in time and that's basically pretty much what happens to -- and if there's nothing you can really do about it except to filter out -- addresses that are doing that.
And it takes some time somebody you have to find out who's doing it and you know there's no way to really prevent it like there's no way to really prevent anybody from calling you again and again and again exactly you know.
The network it was a network time now.
So it would.
If you've got this I saw this yesterday it -- C network time now the server twitter.com it's taking too long to respond instead of what we've seen them -- the fail whale.
Which had to be honest we have you seen that fail -- recently not recently seen some he's -- late night at Dallas so it's just to -- Now.
So yeah I've advocate because the server could be experiencing high demand are temporary outage.
And you know what's gonna fail whale that was ongoing and we're hearing about it it was almost like two days worth of this happen.
And it was really -- last night and you know the John -- -- didn't help.
Obviously the second a celebrity guys twitters the most popular -- right thing.
-- -- -- News was bad all throughout the whole day it was just really want my Twitter actually didn't go back up until 7 PM last night affecting status dot twitter.com that's with -- -- via what are your Twitter went back up last night what were you watching to make -- back.
-- on the.
I think it's well very quickly.
At the offices and people from -- -- I am each other tomorrow.
Well yeah what you did someone actually sent -- -- And -- Not only like you know you see an interesting article that you wouldn't whether it.
Now people just like I -- -- let you know as the life actually in all seriousness I actually noticed FaceBook status.
Yeah yeah we're definitely.
That -- opposed Twitter and friend.
Speed is a conversation -- something that you know Michael Arrington and John Gruber also it was like an under used resource something that maybe -- caught on -- what happened but it's.
Pretty valuable -- you actually use it that was also slowing down as well.
But as you -- Allison.
You know Twitter -- establish itself as this.
Communications standard where were you shooting stuff -- an adult time.
And it becomes more about the post and does the article now by using Twitter is -- resource to get news and information that people.
If it crashes.
The -- of people turn.
-- you know I think yesterday wouldn't really demonstrated is that people have been talking about Twitter being the next big thing and everybody is doing his blue Shaq everybody.
Every yesterday -- -- to know Shaq -- right but I think yesterday when it really demonstrated with how irrelevant.
Nobody's life changed.
In the -- -- The -- -- and that's that I feel like Twitter has not changed the way that we did it's changed the way that we've gotten.
It wouldn't you say though that you can -- your stream to the information you want so if you only want to hear about.
Comic books and our people and that's based commenting on comic book should not jumping on -- times dot com -- recommendation jumping on other news sites.
You might only be getting your news.
From Twitter -- and one of my favorites is actually from new.
-- back of the game -- my little -- That's -- off my day.
To work was quick -- today.
I want to get your packet data has started -- you know could tell people to become the office and and that's all the talk and all day didn't have board meetings anymore Italy by the -- easy -- On average this thing.
And they go around the water -- they used to talk about science field and politics.
Now -- talking about -- we are back to today you too American for.
We're back yeah political play us on Twitter us.
By the way I am posting to chat room and if -- you pick up your nose and you'd think it goes to the chat room is liable to -- for everyone to weigh in years and -- -- we're talking about for -- and it's out there because we're going to be talking about this.
Are you planning on going to -- young age and it's -- -- movie it's a nerds should go retirement GI Joseph.
You guys you guys -- to -- -- one in -- war for.
-- -- You don't -- is usually come on dancing but I think I.
I actually kind of -- to see it most because it's one of those late.
I really don't have my brain you know -- have -- -- to see well explode.
Different Michael -- -- over there and interpret he says you know look it it's thirty minutes it's thirty minutes of blowing up stuff right at the beginning of the movie and a these -- To me I just I'm not impressed anymore with -- you know which they -- you -- because it doesn't look real anymore exactly.
I wish you could pay half price just for the special effects just have.
-- -- But yeah.
McCain marginally for a little bit I would do that I read one review that said we are in this movies -- GH or -- longing to see human moments like we saw in the clone wars and I can remember start where we didn't want to see those human rights because they were terribly active -- it was fair practice and so no one wanted to see these guys in those touching heartfelt moments with a picnic with Natalie Portman.
But I don't know that we want to see that in this movie I guess the theaters.
There's some people there's an element of like myself who it's the greatest American hero iteration of GI -- with -- -- a cartoon now this does not go back to 1960s the original GI Joseph it's his.
All of that the cartoon from the eighties and that some of the announcement meant to people and people arson have been terrible -- attention.
Who really remembers what happened and yet you're never out of it and the -- -- I didn't want what I don't know is Colbert say about -- yet to -- fan of this show but I think there's some cartons that this should not be that big screen you know gee I'd go for me one of them -- under.
There's another one should never make it to goodwill that I don't.
-- -- GI Joe's.
We didn't that is curricula that means -- -- Understand it because you know whenever you have a some characters I talked my friend Mike and Mike podcast Beasley buried yet they kicked -- -- -- It's shameless plug in the yeah.
It's easy to down to catch up.
It's easy to download and listen to the podcast.
You know people like a barbecue -- -- these -- he's not going to be in it but at least eight guys with a mouth doesn't make any sense.
Cobra commander with the silver mask but in this he's wearing some weird commander outfit -- -- look like the original cobra command okay.
Obliged in the movie as far as I can -- right.
I didn't think that special suits on -- and -- right.
The original shows that a public of -- Campion drew joked that not to think about it.
And I hope I helped our -- one apparently there's one quote from like Dennis Quaid in a movie and -- -- -- can actually find -- where he actually said.
Yes the way you know or not just powers that says something like that physical or you know and that historic -- -- -- -- -- -- I don't know that I don't think he says knowing that was -- -- -- -- -- -- they're like real American hero -- and apologized for the audience to.
Well there's a story we talked about how they didn't want anyone screening the movie at a time right now this is the other big story which is that Paramount didn't want anyone screened the film at a time.
Because I think they probably lost faith in journalists to actually tell given accurate representation -- the movies here's the deal right.
These journals and go see the movie don't hit it it won't matter though because people still go see -- -- that but so does it matter anymore.
We didn't seem a bit like the mommy they want to increase screenings for the -- -- It matters for some -- enough for others a movie like transform it doesn't matter people and the blind you see them look at -- elected Vinci code that God's land Bryant didn't do excellent that's true.
But I think.
Yeah that's that's a good point about one and you know like -- the -- effect where people went to see it in droves and then you -- started to leak out on Twitter that it wasn't as strong as it could have been but -- -- more and more predominant driver of the united.
I don't start.
Terrible tendency he knew that -- -- -- -- -- -- like Kyra that I don't know easily into it causes -- -- because -- some.
Of course -- pull the better care bear it and let those movies are better spent watching them on YouTube like clips of the we -- -- it's.
-- you to thank you that delicate transition good event we have a rundown of she'll run down stories in no particular order and seven.
You can fire up this piece of viral video display a few seconds of this Chris Brown.
The wedding dance video take a look at this program -- -- -- now.
He could get on.
Upsetting -- that was executives and it's that thing has already seen over 35 million hits on -- That's -- its 35 million hits and what's incredible about it is that it set the record company.
And this was the one of the big tech story of the week is set a record company saying out you know coming to you -- -- the music this what they usually use a popular song.
In a video that she made.
The record companies you know doesn't want it on there -- pull it down because you you know violating.
There -- -- right to have on there.
So doing that they realize an opportunity which was come to those people say hey can only three options pull it down.
Take the music out and put something else in there or three it will put -- -- They put that out there the -- has been out for a year this popular last year.
Because -- put it out of there for you click and download the song Chris Brown song.
It shot to the top ten of iTunes this -- snapped back on the top ten -- iTunes like a Smart move finally from like a record -- It's weird it it's worked.
I don't want.
On the Internet and video.
And -- -- we also the other video as as a mock you it is them -- entry of at all because that was so popular a bunch of guys got together and decide they're gonna make their own divorce version.
Who got off the video take a look at this was actually pretty funny.
Courtroom about the core criminal files -- -- that -- has generated millions of hits as well unlike and they put the out of their that would as well they're making money that it's -- It just getting married -- here this actually happened according something that is still my dad -- -- -- using a -- we're gonna do the electric slide.
Down the guys.
But I love the old bogeys in the audience there and in the at the wedding.
The -- is the okay well I don't -- do you foresee.
That it reduced the post videos if you check out directly -- buttons along with.
That's an interesting use of ads in YouTube now finally be able to do.
Just -- -- -- -- in with you obviously.
You know it's the worst thing that is why he wanted everything residents.
It was slightly if you -- if you hate celebrations like the coolest guy.
It's it's going to be great job done.
-- wedding it's gonna look exactly like -- Don't know if you love hockey summit -- some sort of a hockey are gonna skate down the it's a bad thing.
The staple of the music and letting it.
Creative liberty and the -- -- -- an -- defeat yet you tonight a report back -- you.
They grew up on this as well you couldn't pick it up to say I don't star ATF has -- assistant under special effects in my basement did.
I don't remember as always good round of -- sound effects.
That's true if you would -- -- -- here on Monday went down.
All right do you see this story no more -- a coffee shops so.
If you love going to Starbucks is who's -- around the Wall Street Journal reported a number of coffee shops around the country are finally gonna get rid of their free Wi-Fi and -- putting things over the the plug on the wall.
City you cannot use your -- I was at an awfully good.
Law -- the and only the buries that knows the code.
Yeah exactly what Starbucks makes a debate clips and a lot of other -- -- -- big -- -- for Internet and I think the whole IQ and a yeah -- free Wi-Fi I mean get it at Barnes & Noble free Wi-Fi at Barnes & Noble I.
I really do if I remember the game you can go to the -- You know when he's in a Starbucks.
Wouldn't hear people ordering if people get in there it's it's us.
I would admit that I spent a lot of my off days there working on other things I'm sitting and working on the show and stuff for FOX & Friends I've written I want to sit there for hours and coffee I think the argument is that people laptops right it's been.
You know for hours at a time but one couple caught the way -- on the season -- by.
What should impose a time there's something significant step backward -- It it -- for coffee and.
Park Slope here in the city.
He continues people just got to eat and -- they -- -- Tutsis sit down but since it's too bad -- no laptops have been allowed one particular issue between 11 AM 2 PM when -- -- 10 AM 3 -- -- peak time unless the customers' eating and -- at the same time.
I don't have a view that I would sit there and if they hope you know not.
I just heard about it I think it's ridiculous and I'm I'm gonna fight it's what you thought yeah.
New York's Arsenault a number of places around the come and you're trying this.
I'm but you know -- the city welcome it Seattle coffee works of course Starbucks has been largely -- -- -- in fact you know you have a card to go there.
You get the free Wi-Fi there so I don't know probably just leave that Starbucks -- -- and go to the one you still.
Instead what will this -- for independent -- jobs.
We don't want any more -- with one team that -- -- and that's what I'm saying like these little coffee shops I mean unless they're so busy like they are New York City but -- still inundated with customers I could see one and it.
Turn over tables more -- sit there for hours it would really -- I -- if you want in those.
Days when you do but he -- -- looking for key because.
90% since he got to scoped out before you get.
Put it down.
Got some idiot looking over your shoulder at its screen when -- that -- I.
You know if you are getting married -- -- that they walked out to read -- fine old Johnny Cash.
Should I respect that better than whatever.
Walked -- he would if he intent that they want you hit rock.
I was -- -- -- we've got them on the and -- and god knows why I wouldn't marry.
Point here in what you're what -- Haven't decided -- it's it's it's far away -- -- bidders.
-- It and that's I had an actual suggestion for you.
What I don't let me go and on but Jackson -- that's another -- Use of the word conventional -- -- about something like beaches beaches at all about that like -- here Richard Curtin.
And maybe -- bit of excitement don't tell my mom she didn't agree -- It's I don't know -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Jesse.
Catch up with some videogame developers out there I want you to take on new and you start tricky in DC can and I guess if I play them put I put it as well.
Hello roll the video we'll talk about it here had a chance mean I've been always one of the developers out there sports Star Trek the AC and it's a ship to ship.
Combat game instead of a role playing game ticket out.
Ben always one of the developers on start -- GA senior defense.
Paramount -- and I see -- good catch put -- long enough to have you talk about your game is as I did did did things that lives right mind now.
Well you obviously -- -- -- high assist game you're working on this date that this is what's cool because I love the start that game.
Championship game here.
Yes absolutely that businesses -- -- DAC it's available now on Xbox Live Arcade -- becoming a PlayStation network next month in August.
It's a downloadable game for ten dollars on PlayStation network and -- 800 Microsoft points on Xbox Live and and it's really an old school style pick up and playing Bob downs this year it's all about action.
Capturing that sense it is.
Giving players a chance to kind of jump -- and then.
Experience that themselves.
A -- role playing game is that one of the -- a large strategy game.
It's -- the shooter games so what are we seeing happening here well right now I'm playing one of -- we have.
-- and I'm playing the PlayStation version now.
And I'm -- one of those classes this is called the bombers -- relatively small and fast -- this.
And -- -- go ahead trying to get over here I'm on the federation side obviously.
The three guys -- Romulus.
Stay alive played -- I've ever stay alive long enough but we're glad to come back faster and are depicted -- -- constitution champions.
We got four of small portion classes here to support for it is a new -- is available exclusively on the PlayStation version.
-- -- the support -- it does is it really tries to.
Encourage players to come -- -- -- level of teamwork minimizing.
Support -- it doesn't have any offensive capabilities and I -- a violent disarray.
Head for the hills but what I am trying to do here -- find -- friendly teammate but I didn't get here they kind of keep alive.
So corporate there's already but there's presses there's a flagship overhears an AI play action invited close to -- might actually.
-- this -- on an amateur -- damage caused him to be a lot harder to kill and fights and has that level of my support for united actually targeted.
More and more friendly ships in the same times I can get a formation flying around.
Made it really tough to sell -- of violent day.
How undertaking to develop this game.
While that -- and it's -- kind of here.
The Xbox version law.
-- now we've appreciated thanks so much for joining us today good luck with the game thanks very much appreciated thanks so much.
That is Star Trek.
It's sort of like -- -- different modes too you can do it capture the flag sort of thing where you.
You takeover of certain basic around -- and this -- Alina.
Few more these games where it's like all right so try to do this -- strategy role playing -- game was saying you know what we wanted to back to -- -- -- blow stuff up with stuff like.
But Super Mario Brothers bash.
-- you have to respect he has respect but just what a horrible stuff the -- -- down.
It's also good -- a lot what these developers are doing especially with movie -- in games they're sort of bypassing the big box retailers you know.
Publishing -- that in on a disk and sending that.
More downloadable games like that for cheaper they cut out the middleman sensibly that and that's probably a better idea -- games don't usually do will.
But the fact EA EA can -- -- -- Game and -- can now on every platform the EC player on -- and I asked you know I asked if he developers -- a yeah has it motion controller because that's a big step up and Nintendo Wii now has became it has become and I've been seeing a lot of games where.
We're seeing these ground up builds.
For -- ghost -- -- for Nintendo -- by all accounts.
Probably the best version of that game available on any game platform because of it and just.
Spotted over from.
From Xbox or PlayStation 3.
It took the ghostbusters game -- build up from the ground up for use with the week he actually playing the game and you feel like you're actually -- in the streams -- real you know real life without actually having -- think -- do my house and it's it's dozens.
-- -- -- -- I don't I don't.
That's what -- -- auto game is going to be like with the -- -- with the motion controls the safety and you have more accurate sense when you're sort of ran with it and it's good.
Do you think that we is becoming more of me.
More of a real gaming platform -- just like family fun with Wii Sports.
That's debatable I mean.
The -- Xbox -- I've like gotten indifferent I'm grateful game -- if that's what I tell people.
Gotta be in different.
I think that that we by itself is a great console the to have if you you know host who accompanied you want to play like party gains.
When it comes down to the hard core sort of -- you're not gonna get that experience necessarily.
On the Wii alone usually need -- 36 Europeans -- to get that sort of Tripoli title hardcore experience but the way it's played great gains for the week that sort of satisfied that.
For that we -- you don't actually have to move.
It's definitely a lot of other games you can't spend five hours -- that we like X yeah you start to sweat oh yeah yeah it is true and even just place in the simple Wii Sports resort sure it even archery sweat -- just don't you yeah Google like they have to pull my power back.
What -- -- people in my arm back and we're all afternoon.
It's about the need I feel like it probably exhausted one inning he kind of game.
Here to announce us and see how can -- -- Tuesday.
Two more in -- Red steel threads I got the play that actually recently the newer red steel as it was he was almost unthinkable that was the first one -- The problem -- -- motion plus came -- which is this little accessory that pops into the bottom of the Wii remote.
They it promises that's more accurate motion control over gains.
So red -- one was sort of just like -- you -- the -- -- you beat the game.
It's okay it was much more 121 feedback you know you're undulating the screens emulating exactly what you're doing with your -- -- that much better experience.
Would play Wii Sports resort right here on out on FOX & Friends analog phone with a -- the motion control me very precisely and play basketball down very very save them.
I I thought this was interesting it could -- over Qatar who had.
How many hours people are playing Nintendo Wii games and they broke it down by how many hours -- finding that people are playing as of July 1 while so.
The average person playing.
68 hours and 51 minutes coming in at number one was super smash Brothers brawl which was released -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- here this good in second on this list just goes to show you how brilliant Nintendo is the second on this list for most played animal crossing city full blown I've played this game.
You and they -- admitting that it's.
It's like it's almost like a -- yeah -- I mean it's like a virtual you create move gardening and but it's like forget to benefit small -- -- little you know little tiny characters and you it live in this like.
Plush sort of garden area -- you can like go to different houses and check in with people can have conversations.
With on line and it is adorable.
-- -- -- -- -- the game I mean I'm not gonna play that second on -- four hours sixteen minutes heard fire emblem -- -- -- that I mean.
You don't really I know the -- popular but it doesn't get you know presents something like super smash yeah.
Legend of Zelda twilight insurance.
We're on the list of -- with analysts Wii Sports.
This finalist Mario -- it's fantastic yes Super Mario galaxy super paper Mario that -- prime.
There you go now I'll just listened to be privy to me that we've lost their kids to be you.
That's -- if you do an old man isn't going to.
I think you know for -- you know he's a -- -- Mario.
-- positive -- that you think it's going to be I think I think it's prepared ma the right way through February of we always -- it with a remarkably.
I'm from one from Philadelphia so I would stretch my -- and you know.
Horrible and across the street from me is now Mario's pizza -- -- -- -- -- comfortable.
Those people who you know what the creator of Mario that in itself is smaller yard.
I'm -- pretty good luck and speak English OK so I can't vote in the tiebreaker Kim what does it -- -- market -- -- -- -- Hey Obama by the indicated that is exactly it's burial Marion and let's talk about.
I had just CDC universe online has got a little behind the scenes of DC universe online -- huge comic book character -- it couldn't be a better.
-- coming together both comic books and video games check it out.
Hi this the moment -- waiting for DC universe online here at Sony Booth.
-- a little behind the scenes what this looks like I.
This stuff works pretty incredible.
-- is going to be talking to us here and hopefully Chris is going to be driving this thing.
-- -- -- -- -- showed us a little bit DC universe online -- right yes -- -- -- and tell -- about a -- in -- Harris online is a massively multiplayer action.
And so really what you want to be -- you are what we want it is really kind of allow you to build your own legacy as -- -- there are super villain in the DC universe so you start out as a generic sort of super hero wanna be right place that is and you superheroes have appeared in hand -- got them.
We're working really closely with the writers at DC comics like Jeff Johnson -- then.
Constantly seasoned executive director of the project and they have come up with the the reason why don't SEC because somebody's bringing up in the it's just being here I wonder if there's going to be some sort of easy come exciting -- all right so we're looking at here so we're looking right now.
-- in the -- our laps.
There's a big -- battle going on.
Basically yes or less per LB -- wherever it is is a place where all these crazy scientists them -- experiments and something always goes.
In this case there is I mean agent that was gonna release paris' release is as our last.
Heidi once you find the source -- that -- The release it -- metropolis yeah.
-- needs to go -- -- the bad guys from releasing it.
Did you eventually get to a point when you're actually able to run into Batman and Superman -- the larger catches hell yeah absolutely absolutely -- -- right now we have bizarrely Wonder Woman in this battle right now.
We have you know harlequin.
In all those guys for the games is building that that relationship win this iconic characters because in some ways they're happy touchdown.
-- -- by itself as you -- you might actually get invited into the jail at some point.
-- build up you get invited to justly it's.
You get to show your medal that point yet have.
The -- part bad news is you have -- like bad manners of when he first kind of get -- -- them he's kind of like maybe -- me you know these bears are coming in and I can contact ego you know -- you know I'm watching.
Communities clean and then later on my kind of like -- didn't -- you as you TDs -- missions.
He might actually munition where they can do something that he can't do himself because he's busy can't be everywhere at once you know like -- -- investigate some -- and some humanize the dots.
And then as you -- -- build -- that that now.
My relationship with them then -- may even eventually -- -- Actually get into the jail and at west thanks so much for giving us a look at DC universal I appreciate -- thanks much.
All right that was DC universe online lot of fun you can check it out on foxnews.com there's any more information you want on that game had a lot on.
And you build up and it's fully interactive so -- playing online with people and you don't have I wanted to be that champion of sort of had a sort of sluggish loan will -- India I come from the national.
-- behind it there -- -- it was well you're just like generic Hiro what was it like Robin like them so.
It was a generic -- or something like that just.
All right you can pick up birdies somewhere you gotta create and people start respecting you more and sort of -- down due to this sort of talks down -- usually.
-- it's like a little -- -- like little things to go and and and take off.
-- -- program let's talk about what boxing here sprint just rolling out this week yesterday the big announcement and has -- rolling out.
-- doing a little and -- here for back to school.
Up 49 dollars for the new sprint.
-- clean from Samsung 49 bucks for this thing.
Now the deal -- basis its eco friendly.
So the idea is that all the packaging is made from recyclable materials the plastic is made from recycled plastic even the ink is made from solely world -- and you can even drink being important and what it's -- -- -- There it is here's -- little bad boys got a full slide out QWERTY keyboard that -- small would that.
Like the colors adorable evidence as adorable -- slide around and the back here you can see what this this bothers me.
This likes this real estate here we saw this on the home which -- a little email me -- yeah.
And that's my point is don't yet know the -- -- -- what does this witness to music -- -- should be something cash.
Some sort of calculator so yeah.
I'm -- -- to keep like embarrassments.
Is trying to get broken -- like -- hands.
-- I'm not I would instantly by Pez dispenser.
It works out bat out of that not a bad buys -- all the pomp and yet it's smaller than the -- visa next.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Who looked like look ultimately management it is it is definitely here on the back of yours on the home yeah it might make up and now -- -- like him at all.
I actually really enjoy the formal.
-- this is the same size.
That's a 2.0 megapixel camera course -- on -- report to 3.2 megapixel camera com.
You know review on engadget so far as you know spotty coverage in some -- -- decent coverage here -- stuff -- its three G.
-- 49 bucks you know.
If you're like one of those people who drops the ball a lot breaks a phone lines like -- Most -- -- water.
It's obviously a niche obviously niche market eco friendly device and if you.
You know as a micro SD cards by saying the price is right of fifteen books -- and yeah I -- -- -- -- going about it.
The most disposable.
The what did you -- -- them go at it instantly -- so you don't you just chuck it in the war.
Any results you know the to a -- I think I -- the fact that it's so cheap now because it's it's going back to the game when you must open their books.
Giving them away anyway yeah absolutely I mean it could.
Apple could be giving away the iPhone with -- can -- up that work on yeah if you sign their contract and all of the apps that -- buying all through the eyes to the iTunes store.
They're making them.
If we do in an accident they're making that money back and drove.
Yeah you can totally get that money back your apple wanted to give those things -- the first rolled up 599 bucks -- I think both lines.
-- really want to get rid of that -- Scuffle tablet rumors over just talking about out here that will do little on boxing -- the new -- TI eight which I loved.
Can't complain with that all night.
That'll witches could be big rival to the flip video camp with big fan of the -- so we'll see if the Kodak.
What's -- Apple Tablet rumors what's the rumor of the day.
And we did something it and a long.
-- Everybody's pretty short Apple's gonna release the new tablet in September traditionally the last couple of your example has been updating -- -- -- in that around September -- school season.
And you know they easily.
Unveil new design but -- I was honest forms known in terms of on its ability but he video and music in the -- and too much more than capacity and commitment and in that capacity so Norman -- a lot of -- spies from the tech news that there's.
-- Around the tablet.
What most people are saying is that it's probably it's been an oversized iPod Touch and yet -- -- -- -- misnomer because -- still have a keyboard.
But you'll be able to flip around this my yeah -- -- like faction.
It is convertible tablet.
The windows tablet -- -- so so we'll probably just going to be a giant iPod Touch with them virtual keyboard and they're talking about.
It being in new movie.
You expect regular -- under house watching.
The and that big movie houses would get behind necessity -- -- content provider because this could presumably be something really great you can hang it over the back of driver's seat when you're driving put it like some sort of outs -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It's got a good batter of the got to be really cheap if -- trying to compete with the netbook market example minutes under 60.
The part yeah 600 gallons on the view this sweet spot I'm hoping -- because.
There's something psychological laws spanning more than for sure but yeah.
Well you know and and Ross Rubin had a great piece here today -- what if you know.
Be -- tablet itself which he called BI he called the iPad.
So what it's not -- you know it really tablet of all that really the replacement for apple TV.
What if it's not that device would have that is that -- you -- just hold on to something in your in your living room it becomes -- next viewing experience is not something you're just having.
You like the apple TV housed in your living room purpose of the carry around with and -- -- -- up in the -- -- right on it.
We're seeing them pop it out to a TV as well idea.
That was actually one of the sort of original criticisms -- apple TV.
As you can replicate most of its functionality.
-- just using oracle iPod and a cable exams that what you should do TV and a pretty much -- all the videos and -- that are offered I've on TV.
And this is probably then you know putting two and two together and say hey you wanna carry around that stuff.
On the loss of my browser in Edmonton -- -- I'm wondering is if it's gonna be it laptop replacement is with netbooks you're supposed to have it in addition to another computer room that's -- -- that -- And -- but that was -- laptop I'm wondering if this is supposed to be its.
Your own autonomous.
I see that you you know we know probably -- not be phone service room Levy you know if they have.
With all the new apple products everywhere just waits for them to tell us what we need it.
What's but we also know that they've been looking at according to apple -- -- some other sources say they've been looking over the past two years this has been Steve Jobs pet project.
He's been looking at -- ties between.
Four inches all the way up to twelve inches in finally settled on ten inch display the Apple Tablet so it looking at all these displays over the past two years.
They're probably watching what's going on in the space is what apple does succeed in Washington.
And any sort of jump and land them the market is pregnant for.
You know what it's about to give birth when the market's about to -- And -- and I don't sit and that the Carolina today.
I think it's Smart way to look at it I think the market that the most -- talking about.
Because -- an -- -- Kindle is finally sort of break out of the tech community.
And you know the mothers of soccer moms grandmas and get the Kindle and the big criticism -- the Kindle.
It's black and white.
-- -- -- no color not touch interface and so if yeah we've been hearing reports you know -- Michael Robertson is another day another rumor but.
You know will there in fact be some sort of -- and to get all of these books we see on the Kindle without digital restrictions.
I mean would you be surprised the data and that's the thing elect and the I think there's something that's why everything you've ever you know I guess it's almost predictable and I was -- interest in him a couple of days ago actually that.
Apple is trying to expand the iTunes login the whole -- to everything on because it used to be before.
You can use your PayPal account on almost any web site well now that -- so what you can buy movies and buy music you buy apps now wondering just expanded -- everything else.
Right but a great point because they've already got that infrastructure there why not -- from the real stories of success of the iTunes -- it's not so much these other.
This other stuff in the united -- if the destination that you go to iTunes or girls -- -- -- still on -- new Kodak CIA who shot.
Chela in just was announced last week this is -- -- high definition camera from Kodak it's a video camera a lot like the -- if you're familiar with the flip which we of course we've shown -- on the shown here on the show before.
This shoots full 1080.
Yet it is good point about what you do that.
I mean that it's it's it is bigger than diet and I thought it was going to be but it's still ahead on this -- -- -- just got a few few minutes ago here.
And if so you can do 720.
A way forward yet you actions haven't -- -- sixties and if you didn't hear the sports event.
Of differently and -- slow motion on the that you need to build.
-- I think that is yet that is what this out and you can actually do the USB dongle on the side as well as.
You know doesn't have inherent memory.
So you're having -- it micro SD cards.
Unlike this -- who like this because the thing with a -- -- -- has come to open -- yeah it's an upgrade exactly.
Well one of the great things I'm really excited efforts is being out of comic con shooting running around -- ought to be pieces.
It has external Mike I'll just fantastic so you can actually have yet flip does not have that on here although that does happen native.
Hard drive space so you can flip ultra HD holds two hours of video that you haven't put an SD card in here which is not included in the price.
You know I think this was a really Smart move for them -- video looks fantastic and this seems to be the future although.
What's the difference between the iPhone video the iPhone 3GS now shooting video and this while it got the Mike adapter exactly you can actually plug in a lapel Mike.
And should be that you need to carry around big hand held -- When he -- it in the deal -- this is going to be that opportunity and time.
I'm surprised they haven't really.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- He wanted to do magazines that do that -- pretty impressive -- -- -- -- -- payments of 500.
This is under 200.
Yes it's a 179 bucks -- -- a publisher of the it is going to be -- I think that would require apple but external storage.
Right and even shooting just a few minutes of video -- with a nasty -- one gigabyte SD card holds about ten minutes of footage last.
Now you know if you're shooting in full 1080.
Send me and yet -- -- it's it's.
-- I mean just as what -- reference comes in a much different colors -- -- -- screen things.
It's good question.
It's an and the things a little bigger when they are but what's great about these kind of cameras though especially.
Is if you're really into the hole you two things that's that's what these -- of -- -- on.
As a software built right into the device you know.
Installing computers in his.
When you're in -- in minutes your videos on YouTube you probably not been really wanna do a lot of -- on the on these videos because they use the compression that they use -- Kind of difficult to -- on your home.
-- seen -- in July work station.
It's aggressive but they offer software built and I think -- you that you would -- I don't know from the government has a good.
And you and you also the HDMI out -- you know I'd a finished out just how that right at your TV right now don't wanna have to -- -- wanna show you shot that data between.
If that wouldn't use it right back.
He played so there -- that's the -- the -- Kodak just announced.
-- last week.
Great back to school -- him too by the way 170.
And that that one is that.
It's already out it's out now get an order right now because it but well -- -- lens -- that the notebook -- there and that didn't work because right there.
Let's keep it safe right -- about John -- but yeah.
Favorite John -- ludicrous he passed away he was taking a walk -- assembly with 59 years old he's here in Manhattan he joins us take a walk.
Have a heart attack and -- -- a great directors certainly in who -- So.
It -- John Hughes movie I think -- -- chat room weigh in if you want right now.
Justin I'm gonna go with that pretty and.
Couple investors and what we're talking about John he's not only has he directed a bunch of -- obviously he's also written a lot of them my favorite John Hughes -- got eight opens for half.
-- Don't put -- breakfast club it would you know their lives and the dialogue table.
-- of -- and you know unbelievable hold Beethoven fears.
That we can't forget about.
-- When he when he gets -- about Asia my favorite -- probably be there's viewers and Christmas vacation something.
That's what I think that's why do that it bought National -- -- you -- about hands down our Wilson.
Definitely spears who was but I was in I was looking through some of -- them all due today -- and I was really disappointed that this is also the guy who we adapted.
Miracle on 34 1994.
He did he did -- So you're really upset that he did that the.
Well yeah because it not a I'm Angela I think we have video of this we have -- we showed this I think he had -- -- weird sign.
-- I mean -- it's one of the great comedy classic iconic leader.
Movies of all time.
Cooley who went on moments here.
I like 81.
Denying anyone he just pumped out and classic after classic tying him up -- a little bit earlier is that.
You know John Hughes he was still making movies but.
Not quite as I just iconic as these don't.
And I think that the things that maybe cultures change some point.
We can't make movies that we've facts yet inaction and a bullet fits you you can't have any musical -- -- Road and an additional -- right.
-- -- -- Okay.
Alessio don't watch old movies I just doesn't really cut create a woman out of been here out of line.
-- That we.
One last story wanted to talk about.
Actually changing its name from RadioShack to -- yet.
Well it's actually dust that.
-- -- Why like reunion Sheridan thinks it needs to go that direction that will appeal to the team let's.
It changed name from its two I don't -- classified job so we were talking about this year.
It wouldn't change and I can go near Kingston the fine funny job stores.
You -- people start referring to have this make words into the American.
That's the real story yeah -- changed.
-- times it's like Coca-Cola.
Co workers hope.
-- and who they want.
You know people refer to reject as the show progress FC I think that's yeah yeah it is right now -- -- feel -- -- -- -- at Stanford.
Warriors the poor man yeah.
AT&T the stupidest thing it's terrible we took the but the thing the other thing is -- -- Clinton plans to go to reviews -- always.
Because you need like a -- -- trick just there.
I certainly don't run and I do everything I can't to not.
Exactly -- these -- -- I've never had -- -- Things are not priced fairly cool as well you know and we do they really need your phone number that code.
Obama didn't receive him not me that's -- -- three.
Yeah part of that effect actually doing pretty well for themselves recently they announced that Lance Armstrong is gonna ride for the RadioShack team next year that would he's ready to -- out one.
Actually -- These units will be tried they try to spin things so that we think it's certainly cool right like you know Mountain -- ruling like they're like it's extreme weather.
The -- yeah.
It's okay we can we're perfectly fine with drinking your yellows and help them and let me snowboarding yeah.
That's what we see this in movies to -- -- it'd be like transport or like terminator two it's like TI yeah.
You know we keep working at -- long means any fascinated with the RadioShack -- It's too much for you hit it's the last company that I think needs some sort of -- I actually -- -- on -- yesterday about other companies.
Shortening their name like Wal-Mart becoming -- mark the moment and the I don't know Martin.
Got to change.
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