Also in this episode of Update, get a first-look at the metal Nokia Lumia 925, arriving exclusively to T-Mobile in July. Verizon's top Windows Phone, the Lumia 928, arrives this week.
And take a game break on Google by searching the phrase "Atari Breakout" in a Google image search. It's one of Google's latest hidden tricks, known as an Easter egg. Another type of mini-game can be found by going to Google to search for the phrase "Zerg rush." Or see a cool effect by searching for the word "tilt" or the phrase "do a barrel roll." And in Google Maps, try getting walking directors from "The Shire" to "Mordor."
CNET Update delivers the tech news you need in under three minutes. Watch Bridget Carey every afternoon for a breakdown of the big stories, hot devices, new apps, and what's ahead. Subscribe to the podcast via the links below.
Discuss: BlackBerry Messenger jumps to iPhone, Android
Conversation powered by Livefyre
Show CommentsHide Comments
Why do so many of us still buy cars with off-road abilities?
Cities are full of cars like the Subaru XV that can drive off-road but will never see any challenging terrain. What drives us to buy cars with these abilities when we don't really need them most of the time?