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The fight between Google and China comes to a head, the U.K. gets its own social network for voters, and Sex.com does not sell after all.
Facebook is banned in Pakistan, Google's next iteration of Android will be called Gingerbread, and Versace launches a very fancy high-fashion phone.
Google offers coupons on your mobile phone, new orders for Barnes & Noble's Nook won't ship till January 4, and AOL becomes Aol.
Natali Del Conte is back from a quick trip to Europe and will be on the show every Thursday to get down with the nerdy dirty. We're hoping that she'll also help us raise $1,000,000 for a bid on Sex.com. The domain has a rich history of ownership and even spurned a book based on its popularity.
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Google Docs gets more useful for students, Dell launches a fancy new laptop, and how to become your own radio antenna.
Google will start selling e-books, Microsoft launches Spindex for your social networks, and what happens when you open source a robot.
Amazon acquires the Stanza iPhone e-book reader app, the Flip gets a little competition, and IBM develops a program that can beat "Jeopardy" without the help of Google.
Amazon launches some cool new programs, the Google Phone is spotted in the wild, and Playboy comes to the iPhone...for the articles, of course.
Barnes & Noble is set to launch its Nook e-reader, Rock Band comes to the iPhone, and Google and Virgin plan to offer a gift for the holidays.