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In a depressingly familiar tale, a Chinese man tries to fetch his phone, having dropped it in the loo. Firemen are called.
Google suffered an outage affecting all of its services on Friday night, causing global Web traffic to plummet.
A study by online address-book site Plaxo suggests that nearly 1 in 5 people accidentally drop their phones into the loo, thus losing all their contacts. (And their pride.)
In a move to give users more transparency about where their search results will lead, Google now gives information on sites in a drop-down box.
Bypass the lock screen; boot directly to the desktop; add app shortcuts to the Start menu; use one hand to drag and drop items via your laptop's touch pad; and shut down quickly via keyboard shortcuts.
Nokia says the drop is down to competition from rivals, and the not-so-gradual decline of Symbian phones.
The Android phone has already been spotted for $149 in Canada, and other carriers could soon drop the price all the way down to $99, according to one report.
Market analyst IDC pins much of the blame for the drop on Windows 8. Microsoft, though, can only double down the bet on its new operating system.
Turn that frown upside down. Researchers create a virtual "mirror" that uses software to brighten your facial expression. It could help you feel happier, they say -- and make you drop more cash.
While the Google tablet freaks out and shuts down when submerged in water, it holds up better in drop tests done by warranty company SquareTrade.