commentary If you know where to look, there have been signs aplenty of Apple gearing up to launch a watch and of the kinds of content we might expect to see on it.
Doubling as a watch thanks to special bands created by iWatchz and other companies, the iPod Nano now has 16 new clock faces to choose from, along with a fitness tracker.
Microsoft tries to poke the European antitrust bear and point them in the direction of Google--ok, guys. Just, you know, beware of karma. Also, Google cracks down on the Android chaos (and hopefully the crapware, too), the +1 button points to, yet again, the all-consuming importance of recommendations, and Samsung did not--I repeat, did NOT--install keylogger software on its laptops. Plus, introducing our new app, Smart Fart. (Sigh.) --Molly
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While Macworld 2011 is sarcastically referred to as the "iPhone and iPad accessories show" by many attendees, CNET editor Nicole Lee still saw a few items that piqued her interest.
The new iPod Nano with its multitouch screen and tiny design is a beautiful object--until you stick a headphone cord into it. That's why the next stop in the iPod's evolution should be all about cutting the cord.
Oprah's giving away iPads, Nokia's developing ice technologies, Netflix offers a streaming-only plan, and Donald updates us on the latest in beer-serving robots.
You can now sign into MySpace with your Facebook account, a woman in China is sentenced to a year in a labor camp because of a tweet, and scientists have invented a camera that can photograph around corners.