Apple loses yet another iPhoneSamsung announces the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Note that blur the line between smartphone and tablet, George Lucas has made more changes to the original Star Wars trilogy for release on Blu-ray, and Apple loses yet another prototype iPhone at a bar.
-It's September 1, 2011. I'm Wilson Tang on CNET.com, and it's time to get loaded. In a bazaar repeat, Apple employees lost yet another unreleased iPhone in a bar. CNET reporters got the exclusive and the on to report that the iPhone was lost in Sam Francisco's mission district at the Cava 22 bar. Apple security scrabbled to recover the device, which went missing in July. Apple even called the police [unk] that invaluable piece of property. To learn more out the story head on over to CNET news to get all the juice details. At the IFA electronic show, Samsung announced the new galaxy tab 7.7. It comes in most of the bells and whistles that you would expect in an android tablet, but it's not just the tablet. It's also a 7-inch phone. The tab 7.7 comes with HSPA+ 21 megabits per second mobile technology that can make both voice and video calls as well. On top of that, it's also got a super AMOLED plus touch display, a 1.4 gigahertz dual core processor and a battery for up 10 hours of use. Samsung also announced the new galaxy note. It's got most of the power and functionality of its bigger brothers that comes packed inside a 5.3-inch screen and only runs android 2.3. Sony has also announced its entry into the tablet market officially with its new SMP Tablets. The S tablet has a 9.4-inch screen while the P is a folding tablet with 2 5.5-inch displays. Both run on NVIDIA Tegra 2 processors and android 3.1 alongside all the basic tablet features you would expect. Users also get access to Sony Video and music unlimited services for 6 months, also like Apple's Airplay technology, the Sony tablets can also stream media onto DNLA compatible equipment. The pricing for the S will start at $499, which will lunch in September while the details on a P remain elusive. Skype has been a very useful tool for those evenly moderately text savvy, but when it comes to the [unk], it can be a real pain. Now, adaptor has arrived that may help change all of that. It's called the free talk connect me and allows users to connect any regular phone to Skype to make cheap voice calls. All users need is a broadband connection. So, I guess, the next step is to explain what a broadband connection is and then what's Skype is. George Lucas has done it again. He has made changes to the venerable star wars original trilogy. The updates will arrive on the Blu-ray release of the complete series on September 16th. The biggest change in one that brings the sanctity of the whole trilogy is that addition of a no to the climax of the Return of the Jedi. Fans are already protesting by posting one star review on Amazon. Finally Google has been improving the look of its product across the web, but it hasn't forgotten about it to blog your product. The new blogger has a sleek new look, but Google says thy have rewritten the entire editing and blog management process from scratch. For starters, you can now create or edit post with just a single click at the top of the screen. In addition, you will see how many people are visiting and what they are commenting on. For now, people can chose to opt in or not in the coming days. Those are your headlines for today. I'm Wilson Tang for CNET.com and you just been loaded.