Verizon's iPhone-like Hub 2 hands-on
We had a chance to sit down and play with Verizon's next iteration of its Hub (already guys?), and while it wasn't a mind-blowing affair, they do seem to making some moves in the right direction.

Public rage stalls Time Warner trials of consumption-based internet
Time Warner's new data capping broadband scheme was never expected to win any popularity contests, and the details of its plans are so frustrating, that this probably should not come as a surprise.

Acer AspireRevo: the Ion-infused unboxing
We just tore the packaging off of Acer's new AspireRevo nettop and dove into its Ion-powered goodness
Other news of import

Philips "Carousel" short shows what you're missing without Cinema 21:9 and Ambilight
Buyers world wide who need a bit of a convincer to drop the 4,000 euro need only check out the new Cinema "interactive movie."

Nokia's profits drop 90% in Q1 2009
So, there's good news and bad news here, and we're opting to go against tradition by dishing out the positive first.

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