What’s that sound? Like millions of nerds suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced? You had one job, USA Today!
Indiscriminate spying was the DEA’s blunt force weapon of choice in its “War on Drugs.” The Drug Enforcement Agency and the Justice Department tracked billions of Americans’ phone calls, even people not suspected of crimes, for decades—and it looks like collateral damage wasn’t much of a concern.
This morning, over at USA Today, we got a sneak peek of what's to come this August with the new Scooby-Doo Lego sets. In a new partnership between Warner Bros. Entertainment and The Lego Group, Scooby-Doo will appear in Lego form in an animated television special and some direct-to-video Lego movies.
It's time for another roundup of pundits espousing heartfelt admiration and none-too-bloody criticism of a pretty hot Apple product. How did they—I mean "it"—do this time around? Have a look-see...
When a bunch of reviews hit, it's useful—and sometimes funny—to see how they echo each other, and how they differ.
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The so-called "four horsemen" of Apple product reviews have weighed in on the near weightless MacBook Air. You may have seen our post on it last night. You may have even caught one or two of the reviews. But only now can you sit back and enjoy the best quotes from all four reviews in a handy…
Click to viewThree MacBook Air reviews are in from USA Today, Newsweek and the WSJ. The first two reviews are both fairly positive, with caveats, but the WSJ's reads slightly less so. Lets begin.
Wednesday night around this time, we like to check in with our favorite columnists. Tonight we expected MacBook Air reviews from Walt Mossberg at WSJ, Ed Baig at USA Today, Steven Levy at Newsweek and of course, David Pogue at the venerable New York Times. Only, when I refreshed my browser at 9pm, Pogue's Jan. 24…
Click to viewDon't have time to read over the full reviews from NYT's David Pogue, USA Today's Ed Baig and WSJ's Walt Mossberg? Read our handy review matrix instead, where we break out everything that wasn't merely feature description in an easy-to-compare chart. You can thank us later!
USA Today's Ed Baig and Jeff Graham have done their own video review of the iPhone. And it—er... it's—let's just say it makes Ed Wood look like Scorsese, although Jeff's Hawaian number beats Ed's angora sweater. Oh, dear, judge for yourselves.
Ed Baig and Jeff Graham, the reviewin' duo over at USA Today, were among the first to press with a review of DirecTV's new mobile receiver, the Sat-Go. As you Giz readers probably already know, the kit by Humax has a 17-inch LCD screen, integrated receiver, "laptop-style" battery, remote and antenna. That is, the lid…