Myxer blends Facebook and chat rooms into its new streaming application. Users get a real-time activity feed of what their Facebook friends are listening to on Myxer, and can jump into a friend's room at any time.
Widget makes it a snap to turn photos into cell phone wallpaper or songs into ringtones and even put a price tag on them if you like.
Let your phone sing "They're trying to censor the Internet. That's the dumbest thing I've heard!"
Google negotiates with music labels, ultrabooks could add tap-to-pay, and Kobo copies Amazon by putting ads in its cheaper Touch e-reader.
Kindle lets people borrow e-books from their public library, Pandora gets a site redesign in HTML5, and Facebook has some big changes in store at its F8 developers conference.
Finding ringtones is easy, but if you want to create your own, you might be happy to know that there are some great resources that will help you do so.
Some claim that Linux is too hard, but its difficulty stems from application developers not yet giving it the attention it arguably deserves. This may be about to change.
Ever wanted to save all your stuff in one place? Look no longer. Box.net has a new solution called OpenBox that promises to do just that.