Our weekly video roundup includes:
THE ARGUMENT: I’M BUYING A TOUCHPAD ComputerWorld Canada editor Dave Webb vows to buy a $99 discontinued TouchPad — unless senior writer Rafael Ruffolo can talk him out of it.
NETWORK WORLD: SHAW OPTS FOR WI-FI Cable company Shaw Communications has elected to launch its mobile network on Wi-Fi rather than the $189 million in AWS spectrum it bought in 2008. Network World Canada assistant editor Howard Solomon explains why, and who wins and loses.
THE WIRE: FORD’S CLOUD CONNECTION Ford detailed its new Evos concept car during the IFA consumer electronics show this week. Billed as a cloud connected car, Ford envisions that the automobile will be able to make decisions based on driver preferences. With Nick Barber, IDG News.