The PowerUser gang is back for one more regularly scheduled episode. This week they discuss how robots could demand legal rights (they poo-poo the idea, as is to be expected), they review the Windows Vista system requirements, they discover that the Zune is making no dent in the iPod market (shock!) and we revisit a previous story about Nigeria becoming a toxic waste dump.
In gaming news, Nintendo is making good on 3.2 million Wii straps, and of course our rambunctios gang can't keep their dirty minds out of the gutter. Joel Hulsey gives his top game picks of 2006, as does Brad Wardell. And finally we bid a fond but somewhat bittersweet adieu to all of the fans that have stuck with us for 62 episodes.
We will be back in the future with non-scheduled "special" episodes. Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the last year and a half.
Happy Holidays to All and Best Wishes for the New Year, from the PowerUser Team!
Robots Could Demand Legal Rights
Nigeria fears e-waste 'toxic legacy'
Swing Your Wii Controller Wildly Without Worry