Today on The Techology Show:

Phil Surrett –

Heath Mullikin –

Steve Stanley –

Anthony Casey –

Matthew Tietje –

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Show Notes:

CNET reviews Samsung Tab

Apple Announces New Products

Things not looking good for Blackberry



“If you protect marriage and you protect life, but the federal government is destroying our future through a $20 trillion debt, that threatens our future just as much as moral decay does.”

Ralph Reed suggesting why Christians would be interested in The Tea Party’s emphasis on fiscal responsibility.

Source: Christianity Today –

“This is indicative of the great respect that Harrison has nationally, and it’s an unbelievable accomplishment for a freshman. I know Harrison would agree, however, that it would be even more exciting to make the All-America team that’s picked after the season.”

Roy Williams on the selection of UNC’s Harrison Barnes as the first freshman ever to earn a spot on the AP Preseason All-America team.

Source: Tarheel Blue –

“Going forward, she has also agreed that total Royal Household spending will fall by 14 percent in 2012-2013 while grants to the household will be frozen in cash terms.”

Chancellor George Osborne explaining that Queen Elizabeth was going to have to endure some spending cuts.

Source: Reuters –

“Fortune has confirmed that a Verizon iPhone will be released in early 2011.”

Sarah Ellison contributing writer for Fotune. The title of her article? “Get ready for Verizon’s ‘Dream Phone.’”

Source:Fortune –

“Tiger clearly has not been the most dominant player in the world for a long, long time.”

CBS sportscaster Jim Nantz commenting on Tiger Woods falling to the No. 2 golfer in the world.

Source: CBS Sports –

“It’s not that I’m anti-marriage. I just hope that I can express a different idea within the bounds of a tradition.”

Chen Wei-yih commenting on her decision to marry herself.

Source: Rueters –

U.K. Schools hold UFO Crash Drills