In this instant episode of the hellyeah! show, we have a whole bunch of AT&T news, a roundup of PAX East 2012, Flashback trojan protection advice, a discussion of the Facebook/Instagram deal, and some talk about the Microsoft/AOL patent acquisition. We wrap things up with Emory’s …
In this massive episode of the hellyeah! show, we discuss the Raspberry Pi, Lion Server bugginess, a widespread Windows vulnerability you should watch out for, Mass Effect 2-3, toaster pastries, iOS 5.1 impressions, phone hacking, AT&T, the new iPad, and 4G data.
In this unlimited* episode of the hellyeah! show, we discuss sleeping pills, The Social Network, Crusader Kings 2, the Windows 8 Consumer Preview and peoples’ reactions to it, AT&T’s continued ridiculousness concerning data usage, and the new OnLive Desktop cloud computing service.
In this safe and sound episode of the hellyeah! show, we discuss AT&T and T-Mobile, MacInTouch idiocy, the PlayStation Vita, Google Glasses, Emory’s take on backup practices, and an enlightening interview with Stefan Reitshamer, the creator of Arq, backup software for OS X.
In this entrepreneurial episode of the hellyeah! show, we discuss Monster’s hit-and-miss rogue site identification, the recent Zappos compromise, Megaupload and terrible last names, the SOPA and PIPA protests, Apple’s announcement of iBooks 2, and the new AT&T data plan structure.