Microsoft has launched a stinging attack on Google over accusations that Bing copies Google's search results.
This week, Steve Jobs and Rob Glaser get into it, cage-match style; some fool sues Microsoft over the Xbox; and Sony screws up. Again. I know--yawn.
Windows devices may get a more intelligent assistant, Roku to add Chromecast-like feature, and Google+ offers advanced photo-editing tools.
A new feature on the video site pits one clip against another in five different categories: Comedy, Cute, Music, Bizarre, and Dance. Viewers decide which video is tops in each area.
Food thief, flame war, firings
The Guardian says that the Palm Pre is going to join the iPhone in O2's must-have touchscreen stable, making the network home to iPhone haters and lovers alike
BlackBerry: still alive
None of the many small invitation start-ups have been able to make much of a dent in behemoth Evite's market share, so this could be a good sign for one of them.
45 Minutes on IM: Kelly Reeves, editor in chief of Web culture clearinghouse Urlesque, talks to CNET about the 2010 Urlies and Web culture in general. Justin Bieber was discussed.
Google and Microsoft continue their highly public patent-related catfight, which is either raising awareness of the issue of overbroad software patents or just turning into an embarrassing public battle that's making us all uncomfortable. Also, facial recognition is a trap, and security researchers are rushing to unveil the real Shady Rat. Plus: Computer Love!