HotMail Becomes Outlook.Com
Hotmail has been around since 1996 and has been showing its age. But now Microsoft has brought it back from the dead as Outlook.com.
New Life for MySpace
Once one of the hottest spots on the web, MySpace was cooled down considerably by the arrival of Facebook. Now it’s making a comeback with an emphasis on music.
The Return of Digg
Google once considered buying Digg for $200 million, but the company sold for a mere $500 thousand last month. Can a make over save this once-proud site?
Preordered Nexus Q Devices Will Be Free
The Nexus Q will be shipping late due to some last-minute reworking, but if you pre-ordered, you’ll be getting one free.
Verizon to Allow Tethering Apps
Following an F.C.C. ruling, Verizon will allow downloads of tethering apps via Google Play so users can avoid the $20 monthly tethering fee.
Want to give your iPod Touch some 4G freedom? The FreedomPop Sleeve is a 4G hotspot built into a case.