ABC's app for watching live TV shows has arrived, but only for a handful of markets so far.
We celebrate the patent wars with Zynga while Google's stock gets downgraded. TV Studios think its a good idea to pull back their content on the Web and if you've ever faked a phone call on your cell phone, you're not the only one.
Apple capitulates on its "no cash" policy for the iPad, the Sesame Street e-book store launches, and Google TV is not called Smart TV after all. It's just plain old Google TV.
Apparently, Australian border guards can now search your laptops for porn when you enter the country. Um. Ok. As a protest, we suggest everyone flying there just declare that they have porn. Why not? Also, tons of news coming from Google I/O, including the very interesting Google TV and the latest on Android 2.2. Let the waiting begin.
The big, bendable e-book reader is still a year away, but that's not too long to wait. The e-book market is still developing, and it barely exists at all for business users.
The quick spread of online videos taken by onlookers of a BART police officer shooting an unarmed man angers the community and plays a big role in its intense response.
The adventurer was planning to be the first to go solo to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Now, the company that built the craft he would have used it hoping to commercialize the technology.
Cable company is taken to task over a misleading advertisement about how its high-definition programming compares with that of satellite TV provider DirecTV.
Go Daddy says site was using up too much bandwidth, but site owner disputes that and says the site was censored after police officers complained.
Ronn finds the Nokia N95 really makes the Slingbox rock.