Does Twitter make you stoopid? Video
Google wants to launch a Twitter search engine, Amazon has to pay up to Toys "R" Us, and Microsoft wants to be your new fashion stylist.
This week, David Carnoy sits in for Scott, and we discuss the New York Post's plan to block iPad traffic, the fate of NYC's Apple Cube store, and play another round of brain-draining tech trivia.
AT&T and Google come to blows over Google Voice, Microsoft takes issue with Google Chrome, and your doctor may be making fun of you on Twitter.
Twitter wants to be your tool for discovering new music, Google Now may come to the iPhone, and each HTC One takes a long time to make.
Want a few Chrome extensions to make your Twitter experience even better? We've got you covered.
Amazon asks users for feedback on new show pilots, Twitter dabbles with the TV business, and Google launches app for donations.
Google releases a drawing tool for Google Docs, Twitter hints at how it will make money, and T-Mobile launches a mobile 3G USB device to help keep you online anywhere.
Twitter doesn't want you to change your passwords, we have First Looks at the Motorola Cliq and the BlackBerry Storm 2, and both Acer and Toshiba launch touch-screen computers.
Google may soon be your ISP, Opera seems to be sneaking past Apple into the iTunes store, and how to get out of jury duty using Twitter.
Twitter starts its own photo-sharing service, Google launches the +1 button to share pages socially, and Microsoft unveils the touch-capable Windows 8 operating system at the D9 conference.