The Queue: Week in review Video
March 23, 2007: Get ready for takeoff, Apple TV ships, your Social Security number for 18 bucks, YouTube awards, and ask yourself, are you HotEnough.org?
Gumby's digital premiere, 3D for every display, AT&T's NASCAR spat, odd Splenda URLs, and opening your own DVD rental business in seconds.
Cable eases you into the digital TV transition, Google searches your bookshelf, a Web site that wants to know how you're feeling, ringtones to replace a honk, and the best cities for tailgating.
Who's got game...consoles, that is; Jeep chooses its own adventure; no 69 in MySpace; March cars madness; T-Post at 25; and Gorb-ing yourself.
March 2, 2007: Crash test dummies, CompUSA closures, cheaper Blu-ray, RIAA targets college students, scary teen drivers and a singing toothbrush.
Cell phone art, BlackBerry gets more worldly, wires you paint to hide, election gets all Web 2.0, and that YouTube cell phone guy.
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.
Nissan gets wired with the Pivo 2 concept car, a melted Xbox 360, how YouTube could make you smarter, an exploding iPod, and the Facebook or MySpace question.
Why HDTV makes viewers more picky, high-tech vending machines, an easy online picture resizer, school photo tips, and broadcasters' battle to keep the digital TV spectrum locked down.
Gates and Jobs reveal secret relationship; Palm gives smart phones a companion; Apple brings YouTube to couch potatoes; Mahalo says hello to hand-crafted search results; and high-flying wings.