When it comes to the iPad, shouldn't a cutting-edge device like that be unleashing the power of the mobile Web, instead of relying on a PC cable to sync it to iTunes or having to choose between 16-, 32-, or 64-gigabyte models? And then there's that price elasticity equation - $499 is one thing but as those prices jump to $699 for the 64-gig model and $130 more of 3G, buyers might have second thoughts.
And speaking of the iPad, with some competition in the works - notably the HP Slate - it looks like we've got the makings of a full-fledged mobile OS war on the horizon. Stay tuned.
It looks like the beginning of the end for AOL-owned Bebo, a big name in social networking in the U.K. but not much to speak of in the U.S. The company said the site will either be sold or shuttered because, quite frankly, it isn't worth the investment to take on the competition.
Looking for some laughs, maybe some funny geek images to share with the Facebook friends? Check out this gallery of weird error messages. My favorite: "A system call that should never fail has failed."