Noah K tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! TechnoBuffalo's Mike Perlman talks digital music with Jane's Addiction! T-Pain dumps Auto-Tune for "The T-Pain Effect." Logitech posts poor Q1 earnings, slashes price of Google TV Revue box. AirBnB customer trashes rental apartment. Samsung sends out telescopes ahead of US smartphone launch!
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Hulu's customer support Twitter account mentioned this week that the company was considering adding an ad-free option to their lineup of services. Could a $9.99 Hulu Plus plan be on deck, minus the commercials?
Google TV didn't exactly set the world on fire, but the forthcoming refresh shown off at Google I/O a few months back looks much more interesting. When will the new Honeycomb-flavored GTV roll out to current users, and when might we see some new GTV hardware from Logitech and Sony?
A leaked document showing four new Verizon handsets hit the Internet this week. The long-awaited Droid Bionic may finally be ready to roll, but what's this HTC "Vigor" thing, and why are its specs so hot?
Another week, another batch of iPhone rumors. Get the latest on the next Apple smartphone, who might be testing it right now, and when we think it's going to launch.