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Netflix is planning to tattle on ISPs that throttle its streaming service and Sony announces PlayStation games for Android devices and a brand new PlayStation Portable.
YouTube may be poised to take on Netflix in the streaming movie business, the Nexus S 4G will launch on May 8 on Sprint, and Sony admits to a major security breach in the PlayStation Network.
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.
This week on the CNET Tech Review, all the news on Apple's new iPods; Netflix comes to the iPhone; get off the couch with PlayStation Move; and how to resurrect your waterlogged phone.
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.
Up to 1,000 of RIM's BlackBerry PlayBooks are recalled, Netflix scoops up films from Miramax, and Sony finally starts to relaunch the PlayStation Network but not without glitches.
The Linksys WMLS11B streams your digital music to any room in the house, but you'll want to use your own speakers.
The Ear Force P21 headset may not support surround sound, but it is a solid PlayStation 3 accessory that supports in-game chat.
Wal-Mart offers a $100 credit for your Nintendo DS if you go 3D, YouTube Create will help you with video editing, and Google launches a group-texting service called Disco.
Apple is the world's most valuable brand, HP offers data services, and the PlayStation Network is still down.