The truth is out there. Somewhere. And in No BS Podcast Episode #155, we'll find it. Join Gordon, Alex, Nathan and Andy as they discuss Intel's USB 3.0 internal header spec, alien conspiracy theories, Star Wars in 3D, and Android apps that spy on you. Gordon rants about the Green Lantern, losing your job for sassing Steve Jobs, and leveling the playing field in online games.
Plus, we're giving away a sweet Asus AM3 motherboard, but you'll have to listen to the podcast to figure out how to enter!
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If you’re a fan of conspiracies about the Illuminati, the Stonecutters, and how George Lucas died in 1981 while shooting Revenge of the Jedi, then you’ll appreciate me blowing the lid off an even bigger cover-up that cuts closer to our technology-obsessed hearts: The media’s secret pro-Apple bias.
Don’t believe me? I’ve got proof.
In 2008, Apple held a press conference to announce its new unibody MacBook Pro. Now, in my 18 years as a journalist, I’ve been to plenty of press conferences. Technology press conferences (especially product launches) are generally snoozefests, and the only way to get reporters to even show up is to offer free food and booze. Apple’s press conference, however, had to be held in an auditorium that could accommodate 200 or so journalists from around the globe—journalists who had willingly, voluntarily gathered to see the new MacBook Pro.