Electronic Arts isn't taking no for an answer from Take-Two, and Pakistan gives us an object lesson in why censorship is bad: in an effort to block YouTube in that country, they took out YouTube for the entire world (for about two hours) and then got themselves taken offline altogether. Wow. That's a day's work, right there.
Pakistan removed from the Internet
Google argues against calling IP addresses "personal data"
Electronic Arts offers $2B for Take-Two
New MacBook Pros are imminent. Yep, still.
iPhone SDK may be one to three weeks late
Sony paid Warner Bros. $400 million to go Blu-ray?
Toshiba paid off to drop HD DVD?
Microsoft discontinues HD DVD drives
Microsoft launches private beta of Internet Explorer 8
Torvalds gives props to Microsoft for sharing
Adobe blurs line between PC and Web
Plants that Twitter when they need to be watered
From The PhonesEdit
James from Alaska Hungry for burgers.
Shalin What's with the huh?
In the ForumsEdit
There might be something to Molly's magnetic field!
iTunes refund Ray from Alameda
Digital TV and some hate to Apple Roque (aka Rocky) from Guadalajara, Mexico
A senator and the digital transition Zack
Xbox 360 Blu-ray player D in Seattle
The LOI movement Ron Landreth
Grandma Mary listens! Grandma Mary
New features on the Zune? Oliver
Another turtle-y update! Michael
Google balloons already over Sao Paulo Alex, from Rio.
It's Rick, the "balloon scientist" and amateur radio operator from Colorado.
Rick von Glahn Parker, Colorado