|YouTube Comedy Week: Get Ready to LOL|
Starting today, YouTube proclaims itself the premiere place to watch your favorite comedians online with its inaugural Comedy Week.
-Oh Where, Oh Where Are Apple's Macbook Airs Going?
Dwindling supplies of 13-inch Macbook Airs at major retailers like Amazon lead some to speculate that Apple's prepping a Macbook Air refresh for next month's WWDC.
-NASA Observes Biggest Moon Meteor Impact Since 2005
Yesterday's blast was so big, you would have been able to see it from Earth sans telescope.
-Yahoo Board Reportedly Meeting to Consider $1.1B Offer for Tumblr
If approved, Yahoo could make the big Tumblr announcement Monday the same day as its other "big announcements" for Flickr, rumors say.
-3D Print a Stormtrooper With Your Face On It
Disney will use 3D-printing technology to put your face on a figure of a Star Wars Stormtrooper.
-Mobile Games Pick Up Steam at Expensive of Handhelds
The sale of games for handhelds like the Nintendo 3DS and the Sony PlayStation Vita are tanking as consumers instead opt for mobile games from the App Store and Google Play.
Thanks to dingbat reviewers and restaurant pages with hundreds of contradictory reviews, Yelp is not the reliable service it once was.
-AT&T Unveils New 'Sleek' U-Verse On Demand Hub
AT&T is bringing a new design to their On Demand storefront, rolling to several locations in the United States.
-Google Offers Heading to Google+
The next time you head over to Google+ to find out what's new in your social circles, you might also be able to score a discount from brands like Hello Kitty and Art.com.
-5 Big Changes Coming for Android Developers
While consumers may be most interested in Google I/O announcements about maps and music, a number of hot developer announcements will radically change how Android developers do business.