North Korea launches its rocket under the guise of launching a satellite. Of course it didn’t launch a satellite, but it did insure that it would be talked about on the Sunday morning talk shows.
Is Google an amoral menace? Henry Porter seems to think so.
Friendfeed is set to roll out a new beta tomorrow and Scoble is doing his best to tease this into a frenzy.
Microsoft releases another ad in its latest campaign and the Apple/Microsoft fanboys go nuts. Steven Hodson of The Inquisitr gets it, and shows how others don’t.
A Second Circuit Court of Appeals decision that allows trademark owners to sue Google for selling its trademark as an Adword will have some big ramifications.
The New York Times looks at a few of the folks who made some cash by developing iPhone apps. No mention of the fart apps, though. Still, I’m guessing we’ll see a few more folks trying to cash in after this article.
What? The Chicago Bears trade for a quarterback who can actually pass the football? Shocking.
A Japanese Robot with a Biomimetic Body is supposedly developing social skills in the way a child does by watching and interacting with humans.