The Queue: Feel free to touch Video
February 9, 2007 - iPod-free NYC debate, easier digital downloads, neighborhood paparazzi, and name that tune, Midomi.
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.
NASA shuttle experience ready for take off, Apple and EMI team up for DRM-free music, case closed on in-flight cell calls, Google introduces MyMaps, and cool cars at the New York auto show.
YouTube determining the future of free speech; a Quick Quiz on mobile information; Lindsay Lohan's alcohol bracelet explained; a Web site to help you find icons; and surveillance video of a candy heist at the Wonka factory.
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.
See how human robots can look, Sprint lets you install a mini cell tower in your house, Amazon dives into widgets, emergency rooms get self-check-in kiosks, and free music courtesy of Spiral Frog.
Robotic car takes control of the wheel, Webby Award nominees announced, HDTV quick quiz, iPod hits a milestone, and cleaning your pool is as easy as iRobot.
Resort wants to bring the moon to Earth, video downloads from your local library, a megapixel quick quiz, turning your 2D photos into 3D ones, and let the Great Turtle Race begin.
World's largest cruise ship makes maiden voyage, giant iPods for airline passengers, quick quiz on physical CDs, Silverlight ready for its close-up, and making your own lotto tickets.