It's Thursday, February 3rd.
I'm Mark Licea and it's time go get loaded.
News Corp's iPad newspaper, The Daily, was unveiled yesterday.
It's available now on the iPad and it functions like a fully-pledged newspaper, but feels more like a magazine.
The Daily comes with interactive video, audio and 360-degree images.
It also had its own dedicated news anchor
and links to relevant Twitter feeds or places to purchase items.
The Daily is $0.99 a week or $40 for a year long subscription.
This first 2 weeks, you can try it for free.
And on the subject, News Corp officially said it will sell Myspace.
News Corp has been opened about its disappointment with the site.
Myspace went through a lot of changes in the last year and News Corp says the new Myspace has been well-received, but the plan for the site to reach full potential maybe best under new ownership.
Good luck with that one.
And Best Buy will sell the iPhone 4 at launch.
The smartphone will be available in Best Buy's stores on February 10th the same with the Apple and Verizon begin selling to the general public.
Reviews for the Verizon iPhone are out now.
You can read Kent German's in-depth review at cnet.com.
Google unveiled the new Android market design for the web.
The preview was [unk] along with the new Android 3.0 software known as Honeycomb.
This new Android market can be accessed from any web browser
where before it can pre-installed on your Android device.
You can also recommend apps to friends or tweet your purchases or activity inside the market.
To check it out, go to market.android.com.
Viacom and Hulu are friends again.
The 2 companies reached an agreement that brings the "Colbert Report" and the "Daily Show" back on the Hulu.
Hulu plus members will get more content with shows like "Jersey Shore," Tosh.0," and "Hot in Cleveland," 21 days after they air on TV.
Other select shows from Comedy Central, MTV, BET, VH1 and Spike will be available on a show-by-show basis for Hulu plus subscribers.
And Flicker restored a photo blogger's account after the company thought they deleted it for good.
Photo blogger, Micro Wilhelm lost thousand of photos after Flicker deleted his account by mistake.
Flickers parent company, Yahoo, originally said his photos could not be recovered, but his account is now fully restored.
They also upgraded their original offer of
4 years of free Flicker pro for 25 years.
That's your news of the day.
I'm Mark Licea for cnet.com and you've just been loaded.