Apple adds new features to iCloud, Google patents its Google glasses, Diablo III servers can't handle its midnight launch, and CBS decides to pick up a TV sitcom about Groupon.
Yahoo loses another CEO, Freddie Mercury faces a holographic revival, MacBook Pro could get a Retina display, Verizon adds LTE to the Jersey Shore, and Intel Windows 8 tablets will hit stores in November.
Twitter quietly charging for verification , Apple is expected to release a new Map app in iOS 6, Facebook tests out promoted posts, Pebble watch passes $10 million on Kickstarter, and AMC gets a revenue boost from Netflix.
Samsung puts its 55-inch OLED TV into production, smartphone users call 911 from their pockets, Facebook lauches an App marketplace, Apple and Foxconn plan factory upgrades, and Anonymous attacks Virgin Media to support The Pirate Bay, but The Pirate Bay’s founder say no thanks.
HP unveils a slew of new super-thin laptops, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg offends Wall Street investors, BioShock Infinite gets delayed, hackers release thousands of Twitter user passwords, and the Netherlands becomes the first country in Europe to sign Net neutrality into law.
3D video chat becomes a reality, T-Mobile upgrades for the iPhone, approves Google’s Self-Driving cars, children’s literature great Maurice Sendak passes, and Microsoft offers a new Xbox 360 for $99 but there’s catch.
The Avengers breaks box office records, CTIA 2012 readies for liftoff, Google opens Hangouts On Air to all Google Plus users, ACTA dies in Europe, and text-to-911 gets closer to becoming a reality.
Fans celebrate Star Wars Day, Yahoo CEO comes under fire for fabricating credentials, LG debuts the Optiums LTE 2, Avengers hits theaters, and customers express interest in the fabled iPad mini.
DT Daily: Samsung ‘next Galaxy’ debut, bionic eyes, MIT and Harvard edX, Amazon original programming
Samsung gears up for a big Galaxy launch, bionic eyes allow the blind to see again, Amazon announces original programming plans, MIT and Harvard debut online learning portal, and the new Call of Duty breaks early sales records.
DT Daily: New Call of Duty surfaces, Spotify for iPad, Windows Marketplace censorship, auto-translate for Gmail
Call of Duty Black Ops 2 has an official trailer, Spotify for iPad launches, Microsoft censors its Windows Marketplace, Google adds auto-translation to Gmail, and a Harley Davidson motorcycle lost in the Japan tsunami washes ashore in Canada.
Facebook adds organ donor status for Timeline, RIM unveils BlackBerry 10, scientists discover human limb regeneration technique, social news site Digg.com’s fate becomes uncertain, and President Obama launches his new campaign slogan on YouTube.
DT Daily: Microsoft’s $300 million Nook gamble, Google Street View controversy, Nvidia unveils ‘world’s fastest’ graphics card
Microsoft invests $300 million in Barnes & Noble’s Nook business, Google’s Wi-Fi-snooping controversy reignites, Nvidia debuts the world’s fastest graphics card, AT&T votes against mobile Net neutrality, and the Woz weighs in on Windows Phone.
CISPA passes the House, Samsung tops Nokia, the Shuttle Enterprise takes off for NYC, Panasonic introduces a 145-inch 8K TV, and Nintendo begins offering full retail games for download.
The CISPA House debate begins, The Hobbit brings 48fps to theaters, Walmart lets you buy things online with cash, Spotify hopes to clone Pandora, and GM unveils the EN-V 2.0 concept car.
Apple teases its WWDC plans, Google Drive's Terms of Service are questioned, Microsoft plans an Xbox music service, Facebook and HTC reteam for another phone, and Barnes & Noble releases the Nook early.