Glitch will make iPhone alarms late Monday →
Great excuse to be late for work.
Leaked Apple dead pixel policy allows two for... →
Apple will replace your iPhone if there is just one dead pixel. That’s quality.
Keith Olbermann SUSPENDED From MSNBC Indefinitely... →
This is so ridiculous. Let’s keep up those illusions that people don’t have opinions in the media. Next step: tell all reporters not to vote. BIAS! If you read the story, technically MSNBC allows staff to contribute to political candidates but they have to clear it with the company first. That’s weird too. That IS bias.
How one company games Google News →
Tom Krazit on Google News: But if the company is unable to train its algorithms to detect this kind of news spamming strategy, one of Google’s greatest fears—that people will rely more on information curated by friends on Facebook or Twitter as opposed to search—could come true. This is a huge, huge problem for Google. Both Google and Google News are increasingly swamped by...
Apple is Now Accepting Mac App Store Submissions... →
I am most excited to see what developers make for this.
Facebook Tests Smaller Font In News Feed, Users... →
This is pretty hilarious. I mean, how does Facebook not realize at this point that people are going to throw an absolutely shit-fit no matter what they change? They could slightly alter the huge of the blue and people would be holding up banks. The price of success is that you’re basically not allowed to change anything.
iOS 4.2: Indicator of a Future All-Cloud Apple? →
Apple ID. Interesting…
“Dead Drops” preview →
This is part awesome, part frightening.
The PlayStation Phone →
Sony’s new strategy: Step 1: Take generic-looking Android phone. Step 2: Tack-on a Sony controller. Step 3: Create yet another Android app store. Step 4: Pray.
Outlook 2011 uses Webkit to render HTML →
That’s pretty funny. But smart. Outlook HTML rendering has always been complete garbage.
MacBook Air + Full Screen Chrome + Tab Overview
My new favorite thing: running Chrome in full-screen mode on the 13-inch MacBook Air. This with the Tab Overview feature enabled in Chrome’s experimental features makes for a pretty perfect browsing experience. Three-finger swipe down brings up all of your tabs in an overview. If I had the 11-inch Air, I think this would be even more useful.