The Queue: Week in Review Video
A 13-year-old text-messaging champ; BlackBerry does Windows Mobile; Time Warner wants customers to share their Wi-Fi; high-paying high-tech jobs; and broadcasting yourself with Kyte.tv.
Cell phone art, BlackBerry gets more worldly, wires you paint to hide, election gets all Web 2.0, and that YouTube cell phone guy.
Blockbuster cozies up to Blu-Ray; Vista plays nice with Google; last-minute iPhone details to keep us on edge; a site that makes competition a way of life; and classic sitcom 'minisodes' to keep you busy at work.
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.
New Facebook interaction added to eBay, Siri has some quirky answers and BlackBerry service is restored, but will there be compensation for down time?
NASA's 3D video of the sun, Wikipedia on disc, gas pump TV, text messaging machine, and Google vs. Yahoo 2.0.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the SanDisk Sansa Connect, a 4GB digital audio player with Wi-Fi, which enables you to connect with other users.
The Sansa Connect is a nicely designed MP3 player with desirable features and advanced wireless technology, making it a great choice for early adopters and Yahoo Music Unlimited subscribers.
The full-featured Nokia 6820 is a solid phone and is sure to please text-messaging fans.