The Queue: February 27, 2007 Video
Pac-Man gets an update; keeping your kids safe online; a music site that gives away the goods for free; reading books one e-mail at a time; and the details on who will be lining up for the iPhone.
February 2, 2007 - Vista launches, marketing scare, Sony BMG CD settlement, and shoe lovers rejoice.
February 23, 2007: Average HDTV prices, XM and Sirius in tune, iPhone settlement, and Wii leads the pack.
February 9, 2007 - iPod-free NYC debate, easier digital downloads, neighborhood paparazzi, and name that tune, Midomi.
February 16, 2007: HDTVs to triple by 2011, BlackBerry backlash, Google suffers a setback, Los Angeles wants Wi-Fi, and you can star in a Domino's Pizza ad.
Cheap cell-phone e-mail, $100 laptops and a big rubberband ball.
Twelve-step for e-mail addicts, cell phones as parking aids, an artificial dolphin fin, and where people are saving money.
Las Vegas strip made from Legos; a GPS maker that wants in-car testers; the Travelzoo award winners; sending e-mail as paper letters and odd fonts.
Microsoft 'surfaces' touch screen computer, iTunes fortifies with DRM-free music, Google's street view paparazzi, a quick quiz on keeping our cell phones longer, plus a site that converts docs to PDFs for free through e-mail.
Verizon makes mobile e-mail easier; a solar jacket keeps you charged up; picking a paid Wi-Fi provider for your iPhone; and the Simpsons take over 7-Eleven stores.