Yes, apparently Google is into shooting photos of dead people as photos of the dead appeared on Google Street View. Ouch. As well, Motorola gets sued by Microsoft, Facebook lets you download everything you ever uploaded or wrote on Facebook, and MySpace brings out a craptastic new logo.
As well, we bring out a new TECHGEEK Tips episode hosted by Terence and Chris, and the individual episode gets released on Saturday.
Programming note: Terence & James will not be on next week’s episode. Both are representing groups going to Rome.
Aiming at Android, Microsoft sues Motorola
With Antennagate over, is Glassgate next for the iPhone 4?
What did Facebook really just announce?
Is your private phone number on Facebook? Probably. And so are your friends’
Apple in talks to launch iTunes subscription music service?
New Apple music subscription rumor pegs price at $10/month
MySpace Unveils New, Artsy Logo
Internet Explorer falls below 50 percent in browser market
LG puts Android tablet on hold, says Froyo not suitable
What Did Microsoft and Adobe Chiefs Talk About?
Android Most Popular Operating System in U.S. Among Recent Smartphone Buyers
Trouble In Clever Domain Land: Bit.ly And Others Risk Losing Theirs Swift.ly
Better Clear Some Space For Kinect (Or Move House)
Firefox 4 Beta for Android and Maemo is Now Available
Bodies in Brazil: the perils of Google Street View South American-style
Shocking: Apple Approves BitTorrent App For App Store
Don’t be alarmed but your iPhone may have a daylight saving bug
Skype finally comes to Android
“The Social Network” tops US box office, gets rave reviews
United Arab Emirates will not ban Blackberries
Sony’s 16.41MP Sensor Shoots 1080p Video and Will Be in Phones Next Year
Palm ‘Mansion’ coming: 800×480, no physical keyboard
Turnbull says $65 a month will keep most off broadband