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Netflix launches a video streaming channel for kids, a Chrome extension called Google Related shows content tied to the currently viewed page, and Sony drops the price of all its PlayStation 3 models by $50.
An official PlayStation app is set to launch soon on iPhone and Android, Hotmail lets you surf the Web inside your e-mail, and the Google Body Browser lets you float inside the human chassis.
We have a fresh round of rumors about a Google phone; the PlayStation gets Facebook; and "unfriend" is now officially a word--a rude one at that!
Apple releases a tiny iPod Shuffle that can recite song data, NBC brings shows and movies to the PlayStation 3, and Google doesn't want to pay for your text messages anymore.
Sony's latest acquisition could change PlayStation's future, Facebook may add a new word to express your feelings on a post, and get ready to sign up for a new social media site focused on news.
We get a look at a solar-powered light from PiSAT Solar. Also, there's an application from Earth 911 that can help you properly dispose of your recyclables, and the company EcoWatercraft unveils the first electric jet ski.
The PlayStation phone surfaces, Chrome OS Netbooks are coming, and Toshiba launches a TV with battery backup.
Sony launches the PlayStation 3 Slim, we have a playlist for The Beatles: Rock Band, and why you should avoid calling someone a skank on your blog.
We go green for Earth Day and show you how to recycle your old tech.
Spring training gets an early start this year with the arrival of 'Major League Baseball 2K8.' New for 2008 is an updated baseball-card award system along with a new hitting engine dubbed Swing Stick 2.0. 'Major League Baseball 2K8' is on deck for a March 3 release and will be available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and 2, Wii, and PSP.