April 21, 2011 at 10:24 AM ET
Hey folks: As part of our new Gadgetbox video channel and blog, we're launching a weekly chat. For our inaugural outing, what better topic to discuss than tablets? Between the BlackBerry PlayBook and no less than three Honeycomb Android tablets making their formal debuts, it seemed fitting. So join us, here, at 12 noon PT/3 p.m. ET, to hit us up with questions about the thinnest, touchiest computers on earth.
Get yourself read with this this cheap Android tablets face off: Acer vs. Asus!
Speaking of tiny computers, Verizon isn't sure how it feels about the BlackBerry PlayBook.
President Barack Obama held a town hall at Facebook's headquarters yesterday, where he was heard to say: "I want people to feel the same about the next Internet breakthrough as they did about the moonwalk."
Check this out! The Universal Forensic Extraction Device gives cops quick access to your cell phone data.
Oh yeah! And your iPhone has a hidden feature: It tracks and records your location constantly whether you want it to or not. Creepy, right?
Sen. Al Franken sure thinks so ... and he's got some questions for Mr. Steve Jobs (of Apple CEO fame).
In other really creepy news, really interesting discussions continue to rage over Match.com's decision to screen sex offenders.
And now you can hear the the Weird Al "Born This Way" parody that Lady Gaga shut down. (You know, Michael Jackson was always cool about it.)