Afternoon Edition: World Cup on Twitter Video
Rumors fly about Wal-Mart soon selling the iPhone, Twitter ditches instant-message support, the government wants to watch "World of Warcraft" behavior, and the second-generation Prada phone gets a price to match its fabulousness.
Device IDs for millions of Apple users have been found by hackers on an FBI laptop, Wal-Mart tests iPhone payments, and Bad Piggies gives Angry Birds a new headache.
Ge Wang of Smule and friend show off their amazing musical skills using their new iPhone app, Leaf Trombone World Stage.
Get your $97 iPhone 3GS at Wal-Mart while you can. The new one is just around the corner, and you'll probably find a prototype lying on a park bench anyway. Plus: Facebook's privacy changes explained.
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.
Nissan takes it's Leaf EV racing with the unveiling of the Nissan Leaf NISMO RC prototype.
Driving the real Nissan Leaf in the real world, backup cameras coming to every car in the U.S.? Nice revamp for mobile Google Maps, and we're gonna' miss the Chevy Aveo. (Just kidding.)
Bad news folks, TWITTER IS DOWN! Today, we report on the subsequent worldwide meltdown in addition to stories about Wal-Mart BlackBerries, the fall of gaming magazines, and more submissions for the "Choose Justin's new glasses" competition!
Nissan muses about what else it can do with the Leaf's batteries.
What Apple product is about to follow the iPod on the road to world domination? Brian Tong says don't think iPhone just yet; think laptop.