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?
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.
March 16, 2007: Stardust now just dust, Viacom slaps Google and YouTube, digital TV transition details, Slacker at SXSW, Microsoft hears Tellme, and a fingerprint-activated garage door opener.
Moto sharpens the Razr, Amazon's playing nice with MP3s, Google mixes up search results, and Bringo was his name-o.
Secrets of the next iPhone will be revealed Wednesday, YouTube releases a new app, and we wait for answers about the Wii U.
Small, lightweight, and both simple and fun to use, the $100 Fitbit Ultra helps couch potatoes get up and moving.
Big shot of Vodka.com, iPhones revealed, Google gets patents, and you're foiled!
The Zune gets free Wi-Fi at McDonald's, Yahoo and Google are in hot water, and Netflix holds a contest to find the ultimate couch potato.