Today is Wilson's last day on the show before he ships out to China tomorrow. Don't worry, he'll be back with us at CES in January, but before he leaves we test his ability to predict the future of tech one last time. To nobody's surprise, all of his predictions are related to Apple. We also ask Wilson to check the validity of this, give predictions on tomorrow's , run through the , and more!
It started with small trinkets, then moved on to blinking LEDs, and now Chinese kids are attaching. The movement is a countrywide effort for young people to show their support for contraceptives, although a condom danging from your phone must look pretty funny to everyone else.
Also, the phone charms are generic with no markings to indicate manufacturer, type, or even an expiration date. While he's there, hopefully Wilson can also promote our own adjunct method of birth control: The 404 Podcast!
Google is finally ready to unveil itswith an event tomorrow, December 7, in San Francisco. The search engine giant provided no other details in the invite, but we're thinking the may finally materialize tomorrow, giving users an easy way to search and download Web applications.
Additionally, Google plans to incentivize developers to use the store by offering a 5 percent "processing fee," as opposed to the 30 percent cut that store operators typically receive from applications sales.
Last night Facebook received yet anotheras previewed by CEO Mark Zuckerberg in an interview with Lesley Stahl on .
Big changes include more prominent photos at the top of the page and a new "Featured Friends tool that highlights your most important friends. Popular features like your "Wall" and "Personal Information" get moved to a new column under the main profile photo, and infinite scrolling means you can browse profile photos faster than ever.
Users can take the new layout for a spin by going to http://www.facebook.com/about/profile/ and clicking the green "Take the tour" button.
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