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Microsoft launches a free antivirus program, Disney creates its own version of e-books, and your iPhone can double as your car key.
The Kindle Touch is one of the best full-featured e-book readers you can get for $99.
Toshiba and Fujitsu create a joint venture, the Droid X is launching next week, and the iPhone 4 is being sold unlocked.
Amazon acquires the Stanza iPhone e-book reader app, the Flip gets a little competition, and IBM develops a program that can beat "Jeopardy" without the help of Google.
While Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-300 has a basic feature set, its $200 price tag, compact size, and Epub file compatibility make it an appealing e-book reader.
Microsoft will soon release details about the next Xbox console, preorders begin for the Nvidia Shield game system, and the Buycott app helps shoppers vote with their wallet.
T-Mobile's Jump plan offers twice-a-year upgrades, Apple is found guilty of conspiring to fix e-book prices, and Xbox Live purchases may cost more when Microsoft ditches Points.
Is this the eBook reader that will kill paper, or is it just another pretender?
Facebook releases a Messenger app for iPhone and Android, Anonymous threatens to shut down the social network, Amazon launches the Kindle Cloud Reader web app for e-books, and Wal-Mart shuts down its MP3 store.
On this week's episode, we look back at the Steve Jobs Apple iPhone 4 Antennagate press conference (which had Dan and Scott busy providing talking head commentary for TV news stations); plus a peek at some very cool iPad cases, talk about the new Xbox Live game Limbo, and a test-drive of Hulu Plus.