Noah K tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! A new Motorola tablet passed through the FCC, and it looks to be a redesigned version of the Android-powered Xoom with CDMA and LTE radios onboard. Has the ex-Engadget Editor in Chief declared war on on AOL, his former employer? And is the price - and size - of entry to the world of Sonos' wireless audio about to shrink?
Rumor Roundup is a show taking a look at the latest trends, rumors, and leaks buzzing around the technology industry hosted by Noah Kravitz - a well-known and respected tech editor who's been involved in the industry for years. Not only does Noah deliver the news in full force, but he also provides his analytical thoughts and insight leaving one wondering of what lies ahead in the world of tech.
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Season two of Console Wars is underway, and the newest episode takes a look back at E3 2011 to see how the battle of motion gaming platforms is shaping up for the rest of the year. Join TechnoBuffalo's own LP for Round 4 of Console Wars: Move vs Kinect.
Joshua Topolsky is a superstar in the world of tech blogging. The former Editor in Chief of one of the world's biggest websites is a regular on the Jimmy Fallon Show and is now off to start a brand-new tech site with SBNation. And he's bringing just about everyone he used to work with him. With this latest round of hires, is Topolsky declaring all-out war on his old bosses at AOL? Or is he merely bringing his old Engadget mates with him because they work well together?
EA Games has a "service" called EA Pass that charges buyers of used games to access some online features. Recently leaked images suggest that Sony may be building a similar system of its own: Is PSN Pass on its way?
Sonos makes high-quality wireless audio gear that's easy to use, works great, and costs a pretty penny. But some recent leaks suggest that the company is about to launch a new product, the S3 or "Play:3" that will bring the hi-fi goods in a smaller and less expensive package.
The Motorola Xoom was the world's first tablet to run Android 3.0 Honeycomb, but it's since been overshadowed by a number of sleeker and less expensive competitors. Moto just knocked a hundred bucks off of Xoom's retail price, but the real news is that a mystery tablet just cleared the FCC with CDMA and LTE radios onboard. Is this the 4G Xoom 2?
Jon's headed to New York and Noah's staying home in the Bay Area, but they'll both be busy as buffalo next week with mobile news and dare we guess? Z few new mobile product launches.
Last but not least, this week's installment of As the Apple Turns has analysts claiming we'll see a minor iPad upgrade called "iPad 2+" and a new iPhone headed to AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, too, this Fall.