eBay app meets augmented reality

Links from Wednesday's episode of Loaded:

A new augmented-reality app lets you see what around you is for sale on eBay as you walk down the street

Google lets you manage multiple Gmail accounts from one Gmail login

Microsoft's Kin gets canned by Verizon, finally

Google purchases a company called Zetawire that allows mobile phone payments using near field communication technology

A computer named Watson is going to compete on Jeopardy

Google Voice will learn your speech patterns better using personalized recognition on Android phones

Google Voice also comes to the iPad

R2-D2 headphones

Links from Tuesday's episode of Loaded:

Microsoft is expected to show off new tablet computers at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show

Dell is acquiring Compellent Technologies to focus more on cloud storage

Google launches to help you give the n00bs in your life simple computer tutorials

A new study shows that Americans spend as much time online as they do watching TV

Another study shows that sales of physical disc media will fall by $4.6 billion by the year 2014

The R2-D2 headphones are the perfect gift for the Star Wars geek in your life

Twitter and YouTube trends of '10

Links from Monday's episode of Loaded:

Twitter releases its top trends of 2010, and I sit down with Twitter co-founder Biz Stone to discuss them

YouTube releases its top video views of 2010

Google finally launches a Latitude app for iPhone

T-Mobile says a 4G tablet is on its way

Google indexes search results by reading level

Top Twitter trends of 2010

Justin Bieber is the only living human on Twitter's list of top trends of 2010. The young singer holds the No. 8 spot behind Google Android and Apple iPad.

The top three terms are, unsurprisingly: Gulf oil spill, FIFA World Cup, and "Inception," referring to the Leonardo DiCaprio blockbuster film.

We interviewed Twitter co-founder Biz Stone about the list on Friday.

Other top trends included the vuvuzela and Pulpo Paul, the World Cup-predicting octopus. Stone said that nothing was particularly surprising. But when it comes to Twitter trends, he has learned not to be surprised.

Twitter breaks … Read more

15 minutes of fame

Links from Friday's episode of Loaded:

Google releases its 2010 Zeitgeist with the year's fastest growing and most popular search terms

YouTube will now allow a select group of users to upload video longer than 15 minutes, which used to be the maximum time limit allowed

Yahoo revamps Yahoo Local

A new Pew Research study shows that only 8 percent of online Americans are on Twitter

Howard Stern renews his contract with Sirius XM Satellite Radio and will now be available on Sirius mobile phone apps


Links from Thursday's episode of Loaded:

Netflix gets licensing rights to stream Disney and ABC TV shows and movies

Google shows off a much-needed update to Google Groups

YouTube is holding a popularity contest for musicians

Forthcoming notebooks running Google's Chrome operating system seem to be missing the caps lock key

Bing Maps now help you navigate the local mall

A new study shows that Android users hog up more data than other smartphone users

And don't forget to visit CNET TV today to see our review of Google's new flagship phone, the Nexus S

Polishing the Chrome

Links from Wednesday's episode of Loaded:

Google announces the Chrome Web Store with apps for the Web and gives an in-depth look at the forthcoming Chrome Operating System

Google also shows off a new Android tablet running the newest version of Android called Gingerbread

The next version of Internet Explorer 9 will let you specify which Web sites are not allowed to track you

Sprint is considering selling off Nextel to save $11 billion

A new virus is spreading over Twitter through URL shorteners

Bejeweled 3 is out

YouPorn is sued for tracking users' browsing history

3G baby monitor

Links from Friday's episode of Loaded:

Amazon invests in Living Social while rumors persist that Google wants to purchase Groupon

eBay purchases local shopping site

Google Earth Engine launches with 25 years of archived satellite imagery

Google Doodles are now available on mobile searches

A new version of Rock Band is out for iPad and iPhone

A Pennsylvania couple is awarded $1 in a trespassing case against Google

The Wi-Fi Baby 3G will help you monitor your little ones--and big ones--while you're away

Michael Jackson on Ping

Links from Thursday's episode of Loaded:

Verizon gets ready to turn on its 4G network

YouTube lets you skip ads you don't care for

Microsoft launches an Xbox Live Rewards program to repay your loyalty adds Wikipedia pages to its site to help you make more informed shopping choices

Dish Network lets you watch content from your cable box on your iPad via a Sling Media device

Netflix gets new indie films in its streaming video service from film studio FilmDistrict

Google updates its mute feature in Gmail

A new Michael Jackson song debuts exclusively on Ping, … Read more

A do-not-track-me browser

Links from Tuesday's episode of Loaded:

Mozilla is considering building a do-not-track feature into Firefox

News Corp. is thinking about selling off MySpace

Panasonic is getting closer to launching its portable gaming system, the Jungle

AT&T adds HBO and Cinemax streaming access to its U-Verse service

Microsoft may be seeking to compete with Netflix for streaming video

The Facebook application that claims to show you who is viewing your profile is a scam