The Queue: Week in review Video
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.
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.
Getting your company e-mail on iPhone; limiting game-playing time; the enhanced CD makes a comeback; cool Web 2.0 logos; and one way to find out if you're afraid of heights?
World's best bartender, free Barenaked Ladies, glowing billboards, foiled by fog, NHL/'300' mashup, and the Kegulator--for all your party needs.
Mobile e-mail addiction; rooting out malware; cameras seeing things we can't; taking advantage of your 3G phone; and the guy behind bikini lawn cutting is a viral marketing genius.
Zagat launches a mobile Web site, a squishy dancing robot, selling your photos online, tracking your favorite bands, and how technology keeps young adults happy.
Giant squid pictures, Mission: Impossible-style e-mail, Marriot gives rooms a tech upgrade, and sexy SkinFlix!
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.