Spycams that can see around cornersYou can now sign into MySpace with your Facebook account, a woman in China is sentenced to a year in a labor camp because of an unfortunate tweet, and scientists have invented a camera that can photograph around corners.
-It's Friday, November 19th, I'm Natali Morris and it's time to get loaded. You can now sign in to your MySpace account with your Facebook account. This new feature is called Mashup With Facebook. It means that MySpace users can use Facebook Connect to get updates stream to their MySpace account. So you can like something on Facebook and it goes into your MySpace feed. So here's my question? Why not just use Facebook. We have pricing on the Dell Inspiron Duo. This is the tablet/netbook that has a flipping screen. We have a full hands-on review from Dan Ackerman on CNET. It starts at $549 and ships in December. Virgin Mobile USA has a new Broadband2Go plan that gives you 1 gigabyte for $20 per month. This is on the Virgin Mobile MiFi and it's a pretty good deal but you have to go to Walmart to get it. The 10-inch Archos tablet is now shipping. This is the 8 gig tablet that runs Google's Android operating system. It starts at $300 and now we have a tablet market. And here's a pretty nice iPod Nano watch band. The TikTok and the LunaTic turn the iPod Nano into a watch and a pretty stylish one with that. I do like this idea except for the fact that the iPod doesn't really have settings to make it very watch friendly. These bands have steeling casings to make them look more legit, though they cost between $35 and $70. And Twitter is no laughing matter in China. A Chinese woman has been sentenced to 1 year in a labor camp after she forwarded a Twitter message about attacking the Japanese Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo. Her official crime was disturbing social order. It wasn't even really her words. It was a re-tweet. The labor camp is thought to re-educate those who need to be socialized appropriately. And finally researches at MIT have developed a camera that can see around corners and photograph things not in its direct line of vision. The camera fires short burst of light that ricochet off one object to another. Algorithms are then use to reconstruct the scene that those light burst picked up creating a sort of 3D image, very useful for all your covert operations. Those are your headlines for today and that wraps up your week of getting loaded. Have a great weekend. I'm Natali Morris for cnet.com and you just been loaded.