This is episode 062 of dl.tv. Here is the episode page description:
We have a finely ground show for you today, hosted by Patrick Norton and Robert Heron.
Supreme Court Sets Aside Patent Ruling. Microsoft Announces Vista Hardware Requirements (More on this Tuesday!) Pioneer Sells Blu-Ray Drive For $1,000 Intle Fanboy Offers Complete Processor Collection on eBay: 4004 to Pentium4 Intel To End 386/486 Production Wired posts AT&T Whistlerblowers Evidence. (What WAS the NSA looking at?)
A Feast of flash players... watch out iPod nano! mobiBLU B153 (2GB) Amazing battery life (153 hours???), but the interface and bass could use help SanDisk Sansa e260 It's hard to tell if the Sansa or the iRiver clix is the best iPod nano alternative out there. Patrick's vote is for the clix! mobiBLU's DAH-1500i Cube doesn't have the battery life of the 153, but we like the audio better.
Dodging sketchy stock spam... what's up with those PDF attachments. Urge rocks: but what happens to the tunes I download during the free 14 day trial? Um, you loose access to them... it's a DRM thing. Windows Vista and the new MacBooks: Will it run? What about Aero/Glass? H.263 vs. H.264 Choosing LCD panels for use in bright sunshine.
Robert Heron warns us all about canned air, projector bulbs and accidental flamethrowers. Apple's new store in NYC will be open 24/7/365 (Will there be bouncers to protect the staff?) The Ultimate Big Red Button from MIT's dorms will be in Tuesday's show next week. PS - Robert's a bit miffed for mentioing the NeuNeo/Helios HVD2085 upscaling DVD player. Apparently it has some issues with film-based DVD movies. In the mean time, stick with a name brand upscaling DVD player (Panasonic, Samsung and Sony come to mind). BTW, the Oppo OPDV971H has caught his eye and he's looking at getting it into the lab ASAP.