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The so-called "four horsemen" of Apple product reviews have weighed in on the near weightless MacBook Air. You may have seen our post on it last night. You may have even caught one or two of the reviews. But only now can you sit back and enjoy the best quotes from all four reviews in a handy…
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Click to viewDon't have time to read over the full reviews from NYT's David Pogue, USA Today's Ed Baig and WSJ's Walt Mossberg? Read our handy review matrix instead, where we break out everything that wasn't merely feature description in an easy-to-compare chart. You can thank us later!
Xbox Live is throwing a contest to find the next great TV show. All you have to do to enter is make a 5- to 15-minute pilot, and pray that your clip is selected to be one of the six finalists.
Cisco has fixed a couple of Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities. If left unpatched, an unintended user could gain access to your network. Click here for more info.
Looks like there was a little restructuring going on over at Vonage today. As their now ex-CEO, Michael Snyder, stepped down.
Epic wants to give you free maps for Gears of War, they really do. But according to Tim Sweeney, Microsoft just won't allow it. They want to set a consistent example with paying for downloadable content.
Looks like Google can't think of everything. They apologized today for
using part of their rival Sohu.com's application.
Did you have trouble with your GPS last December? Just blame it on the sun and its solar flares. They created 10x more radio noise then previously recorded.
MS is being sued for itsliberal use of the Vista-capable sticker. The lawsuit claims that the sticker misleads the consumer into believing that the labled item can fully run the new operating system.
Remember that "Hold Your Wee For a Wii" contest where that woman died of water intoxication? It looks like there won't be any criminal charges brought up against the radio station.
Apparently it isn't cool enough just to climb Mount Everest anymore. Once Rob Bader reaches the summit, he will attempt the world's highest cellphone call.
Yahoo is really trying to pump up their mail service. Yesterday they drop storage limits, and now they are making their API available for Yahoo! Mail.