The Queue: Week in review Video
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.
The importance of text-message alerts; BlackBerry outage leaves users twiddling thumbs; last-minute tax-filing lesson; and Sansa's Connect MP3 player ditches the wires.
Moto sharpens the Razr, Amazon's playing nice with MP3s, Google mixes up search results, and Bringo was his name-o.
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.
A Trump takes lunch to new heights, finding major motion pictures on Google Video, retro video game ads, a site for finding free Wi-Fi, and 100 new words finally make their way into Merriam-Webster.
'Vision of Students' video takes the Web by storm; shaking hands with a bionic hand; why you'll want a Chumby; a Web site to help you script that next blockbuster; and UnPlugFest, explained.
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.
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.