- Google Cuts Prices of Cloud Storage, Increases Cap to 16 Terabytes: This is a welcome upgrade, making Picasa much more competitive with Flickr on price now.
- Google Dashboard Gives You a Bird's-eye View of Your Cloud: Very convenient, with all the service they provide, it's good to see them all at once in one place.
- Google Introduces 'Go' Programming Language
- Apple Updates Snow Leopard, Possibly Disabling 'Hackintoshes': On the one hand, it's perfectly within their right to drop support for the Atom processor, and it's probably easier for the development team that way too. However, it would be nice for Apple to reach out to their underground enthusiast community.
- iTunes Preview Makes Direct Music Links Slightly Less Annoying: I am so grateful for this - I hate waiting for iTunes to launch, so I never want to click on iTunes links. Also when I am on Linux I can't open those links - now I can.
- Twitter and LinkedIn Status Updates Are Now Synced: Seems like a smart move. I think the headline "Twitter, LinkedIn team up for self-promotion free-for-all" was really funny though.
- TwitterPeek: The World's First Twitter-only Device: Not sure how many people on the planet who use Twitter don't have another device that can access Twitter - but the lifetime service plan could make sense IF all the underlying technology doesn't become obsolete in a few years. Which it will, of course.
- Verizon's Droid Eris offers Android for less: On the heels of the Droid, the Droid Eris is another Android based phone for Verizon.
- Dell unveils Android-based Mini 3 smartphone: Interestingly, they are targeting China and Brazil initially - which makes sense given the lead in other markets with the iPhone, BlackBerry, and other Android devices.
- Hundreds of Facebook groups hijacked
- First IPhone Worm Spreads Rick Astley Wallpaper: Pretty funny, but it does teach a good lesson - change the default password.
- Modern Warfare 2 Pulls $310m Day One in US and UK
- New Super Mario Bros. Wii review: impressive, and then some: The last game I played was Super Paper Mario, so I might actually play this one.
- Sprint launches Palm Pixi smartphone
- Kindle for PC: Try E-Books without Buying an E-Reader
- Yahoo Messenger 10 waves bye to 'beta'
- YouTube to Add 1080p Video Next Week
- Hands-on with the Cowon E2: With a slim compact keyring design, it looks like a good alternative to the iPod Shuffle.
- Apple reaches 100,000 apps, 2 billion downloads
- After 5 years, Firefox faces new challenges: Happy Birthday Firefox!
- The Intel-AMD Settlement: A Play-by-Play, Now that AMD and Intel have settled, the fight really begins
- Internet gear isn't isolating us, study says, but Attention loss feared as high-tech rewires brain
- Microsoft sells Windows 7 desktop to advertisers: At first I thought this was lame, then I saw it and thought it was a pretty good idea. Apple doesn't need to sell out, but maybe some Linux organizations should think about this too.