Natali Morris
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Free phones and farewell

Show summary: Hulu Plus comes to the Xbox Live, Best Buy gives away free phones, and Natali signs off as your host of Loaded.

Category: Loaded

April 29, 2011
Do you drive like a jerk? There's an app for that

Show summary: The white iPhone 4 launches at long last, Yahoo sells Delicious to the founders of YouTube, and a new app by State Farm Insurance can tell you if you're a terrible driver.

Category: Loaded

April 28, 2011
PlayStation breach

Show summary: YouTube may be poised to take on Netflix in the streaming movie business, the Nexus S 4G will launch on May 8 on Sprint, and Sony admits to a major security breach in the PlayStation Network.

Category: Loaded

April 27, 2011
Sony to enter tablet market

Show summary: Facebook rolls out the Send button and Facebook Deals, Yahoo buys IntoNow, and the Sony Tablet will run Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" and have access to PlayStation content.

Category: Loaded

April 26, 2011
A whole new Wii

Show summary: Dish Online customers can now watch HBO, a new iPhone app tracks the latest from Charlie Sheen, and Nintendo announces a new Wii coming in 2012.

Category: Loaded

April 25, 2011
The Royal Viral Wedding

Show summary: The Unfollowed Me virus spreads over Twitter, Google Offers is launched in Portland, and the royal wedding has gone so incredibly viral that we figured we should talk about it, too.

Category: Loaded

April 22, 2011
Free books for your Kindle

Show summary: Toshiba releases launch details for its tablet, Google offers up Earth Builder to help small businesses avoid expensive mapping software, and Amazon announces a library lending program for e-books.

Category: Loaded

April 21, 2011
PSP does not pass Go

Show summary: AT&T closes up shop on local listing site Buzz.com, Google lets you map your neighborhood, and Sony has made its last PSP Go and shall make no more.

Category: Loaded

April 20, 2011
Computers that can cry

Show summary: Phillips will scale back its TV business while Samsung may be selling off its hard drive business, and Google invests in research that will attempt to teach computers to feel regret.

Category: Loaded

April 18, 2011
This hard drive will self-destruct

Show summary: New rules in Europe prevent Net advertisers from tracking you sans permission, you can now control your Netflix queue via Microsoft Kinect, and Toshiba announces hard drives that self-erase in the wrong hands.

Category: Loaded

April 15, 2011
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About Me

    • CNET.com

    Occupation:

    Former reporter
  • Short bio:

    I am the host of Loaded, a CNET TV daily news show.
  • Interests:

    Yoga, reading, cooking, knitting.
  • Tech Interests:

    Mobile gadgets, cameras, HD camcorders
  • OS:

    OS X

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