You may still be recovering from Super Bowl festivities, but we were hitting up all of the big news that dropped overnight and early this morning. Wal-Mart became the first to offer digital movies from the 6 major studios, which is nice, but still unfortunate because it is Wal-Mart. Kodak introduced photo ink with some longevity and a handful of big, multifunction printers. The ink is capable of being archived for 100 years, but who cares about that—Kodak also announced a 50-percent price cut on ink cartridges. (How the hell do they test the archival life of photo ink anyway? DeLorean?) Sony Ericsson decided to release everything. Most notably was the official release of the w880 Walkman Phone, but don't forget about the K550, J110 & J120, K200 & K220 phones and the PC300 mobile broadband card that is capable of four flavors of wireless connectivity. You had me at hello, Sony Ericsson. Also, Fujitsu beat Apple and HP in the LED-backlit LCD race—Apple and HP probably didn't know they were even racing.