Sure, the big dog of the week was the preview we got of what iPhone OS 4 will (and won't) do for our lovely iPhones, but let's not forget the smaller dogs.
We also have the first impressions of the lovely iPad and, for the most part, we like it. And the apps. And the accessories. It's a win.
But it's not all Apple news. Research In Motion finally released an official Twitter client for BlackBerrys. It's an open beta test, and it seems pretty solid so far, though it could use a few more features.
On the green-tech front, we mentioned a new power strip concept from Fujitsu that keeps a log of your power usage on a PC so you can see what's using energy, even when you're not home.
Linux on the PS3 is hot again, as iPhone hacker GeoHot demoed a hacked PS3 running Linux. The latest PS3 firmware disallows this, but GeoHot's hack re-enables it. No word yet on when a userland hack will be available.
And did I mention that we've been playing with iPads this week?