To Do This Weekend: Watch “Star Trek.” All of It.

Happy birthday from Hulu, William Shatner!
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Set Phasers to Hulu: CBS Cuts Another Web Video Deal

The video joint venture now has shows from all four broadcast TV networks. But there’s a catch …
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Viral Video: Could Apple’s Patent Suits Take Down “Star Trek” Enterprise?

A parody video imagines what would happen if Apple aimed its patent death rays at the Starship Enterprise.
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Woz Plus Spock Equals a Geek Swarm

Apple co-founder and geek hero Steve Wozniak will share a stage with geek hero Leonard Nimoy, the actor who played Spock. They probably won’t talk about how flash memory speeds up servers.
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Voices

How Siri Really Works (Comic)

Here is the latest comic from our Joy of Tech friends at Geek Culture, Nitrozac and Snaggy. Joy of Tech appears three times a week in the Voices section of this site.
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Talking Science Fiction and Fact With Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson (Video)

Science fiction makes it possible to have a conversation about the future, Johnson says, by giving us the metaphors we need to figure out what we want and don’t want to happen.
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Larry Page Might Be Bill Gates+, But He Wants to Be Steve Jobs

Let’s face it: Everyone in Silicon Valley — one way or another — fashions themselves as the next Steve Jobs.
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News Byte

CBS Signs On for Netflix Latin America Trip

Another CBS Web video deal: The broadcaster will provide some of its old shows to Netflix streaming customers in Canada and soon in Latin America. The announcement is very similar to the one the two companies announced last February, which brought old shows like “Star Trek” and “Medium” to U.S. Netflix Web streaming subscribers. Which means it’s also quite similar to the one announced last week, which brought old CBS shows to Amazon streaming customers.

Voices

There's More to Life Than IT?

Here is the latest comic from our Joy of Tech friends at Geek Culture, Nitrozac and Snaggy. Joy of Tech appears three times a week in the Voices section of this site. (Click on the image to see a bigger version.)

Shocking Bieber Upset: Oil Spill Tops Twitter's 2010 Trends

Although World Cup tweeting caused record high volume and infrastructure demands on Twitter, the most-discussed topic on Twitter this year was actually the Gulf oil spill, said the San Francisco-based company tonight.

Apple iPad Event Liveblog

Tablet Schmablet: How About a Mud PC?

D7 Tech Demo: Immersion

Live Long And Proposition.