The back story behind this clip is that I was 20 minutes early for my scheduled Fox Business hit only to find out that my segment was moved up by 20 minutes. It was wicked hot in NYC that day and I was drenched with sweat. Worse still, when I sat down, I had no idea that the cameras were rolling.
I say this, of course, just to explain why I spaced on Darth Vader's home planet. Everybody knows it is Tatooine. Everybody.
My segment on the The Debrief with WNBC's David Ushery. in which I show him the best phone on every major wireless network. You can read the full reviews on PCMag.com or just watch the video and get the cheat sheet.
notable announcements this week range from a holistic vision of a
seamless, semantically-enabled Web of human relationships, to a simple
"Like" button, which will soon be omnipresent on the Internet. The
moves are ambitious, giving even fast-moving rivals like Twitter reason
to worry. Still, the simple fact that gets lost in the rush towards
ubiquitous social connectivity is that
users still don't know what they are sharing, with whom, or why it
matters. In short: Facebook remains a privacy minefield.