Jul 5th 2009
This Week in Tech 202
The Overeating iPhone
Sony Ericsson goes Android, Teledildonics, Compuserve, ringtone concerts, shoes, GDGT and more.
- Leaked: Sony Ericsson's Upcoming Android Phone
- CrunchPad Will Be a 'Dead Simple Web Tablet
- Haptic Feedback, Fingerprint Identification, and RFID Tag Readers in Future iPhones?
- Teledildonics NSFW
- Apple Pulls iPhone App That Allowed for Child Pornography Uploads NSFW
- Michael Jackson sales surge expected to last months
- Lenovo increases the size of the delete key
- Judge throws book at Usenet.com in RIAA lawsuit
- Ringtones Are Not Concerts, Groups Tell Judge
- Keyboard Cat
- Bing Gains Market Share and Searches Tweets Too
- A simpler Yahoo! from 1996
- Kindle getting ads
- Spinning the Web: P.R. in Silicon Valley
- Physicists Demonstrate Quantum Memory with Matter Qubits
- Since March, Internet Explorer Lost 11.4 Percent Share To Firefox, Safari, And Chrome
- Is everyone on board with a tech turnaround?
- Endless.com, Amazon's shoe page
- Pirate Bay Sold, Reportedly Going Legit
- Apple Blames Global Warming for its Overheating iPhone 3GS
- It's EGM, But Not As You Know It
- Gizmodo, Engadget, and Now GDGT
- The Pirate Bay Sold, Reportedly Going Legit
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