MySpace gets sold to an advertising company, Google launches another social network, while Mana Bar makes us debate whether Melbourne is better than Sydney (which is totally true). All this and more on this week’s TECHGEEK Weekly.
While we also talk about other things, turns out that recording it in the afternoon is much more better. And if you thought Tom was annoying, then it’s about to get worse with the addition of his (relative’s) iPad. Oh, and did we mention Melbourne is better?
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The Weekly Overview
LulzSec disbands, ends the massive hacking campaign
Motorola XOOM adds Wi-Fi only – features Android 3.1
Toshiba releases gamer-centric Qosmio X770 – quad core, 1.25TB storage
Mana Bar Melbourne announces opening date – July 16
GoDaddy sold to private investors in $2.25bn deal In The Loop
OS X Lion Golden Master Seeded to Developers
Apple to ship OS X Lion on July 14th
Apple’s Suppliers Preparing for Fall Launch of iPhone 5 and iPad 3?
OS X Lion Allows Running Multiple Copies on the Same Machine (Virtualization)
Apple posts Final Cut FAQ, says features to return Tom’s Stockings (1)
Five percent of all browsing now mobile, one percent is iPad
Verizon iPhone sales slowing down ahead of iPhone 5
Google Street View car rolls on to set of Burn Notice The Other Stories
Google Plus released to selected people
Google+ halts invites after ‘insane demand’
Editorial: Why I don’t think Google+ will be successful
Exclusive: Myspace to Be Sold to Specific Media for $35 Million
Myspace Acquired, CEO Out: Email From Mike Jones To Employees
RIM to Scrap PlayBook 2, Focus On Super-Phones
10″ PlayBook Production Stopped In Favor of First BlackBerry ‘Superphone’
Apple Joins Microsoft, RIM in $4.5 Billion Buy of Nortel Patents
Geohot Working at Facebook, iPad App in the Works
Facebook Shuts Down A Large Number Of Applications
Ceglia Switches Legal Teams in Facebook Ownership Case
Google’s first Ice Cream Sandwich phone to be manufactured by Samsung, possibly dubbed ‘Nexus Prime’
Holy Tweet! Pwnage Playtime
Original Crysis Headed to 360?
Uncharted 3 Beta
Media Molecule “Stepping Away” From LittleBigPlanet
Supreme Court strikes down video game law on first amendment grounds
Limbo Confirmed for PSN and PC Tom’s Stockings (2)
Sony rolls up the PSN ‘Welcome Back’ mat this Sunday, takes free entertainment with it
Microsoft launches Office in the cloud
Google Is Thinking About Buying Hulu