Feb. 16, 2011 at 10:24 AM ET
Speaking of hostile takeovers by machines, Rhapsody has issues with Apple's new subscription service and when it comes to antitrust issues, the government might not be happy about it, either.
Meanwhile, Apple is reportedly irritated with Capcom over the Smurfberries controversy caused by its freemium kiddie game, "Smurfs' Village."
Speaking of apps, Android apps will outnumber Apple apps by 2012 (insert dramatic music here).
One thing Facebook isn't really interested in talking about is its role in the Middle East.
Samsung has two new WiFi-only Android devices based on the popular Galaxy S smart phone.
Rumor has it Motorola is about to announce a successor to its popular Droid X model.
And did Intel just leak images of the new Macbook Pro?
In other news, Pickup Line Panda messes up every pickup line, and he's a new meme.