Dec. 16, 2010 at 9:41 AM ET
Apple is embroiled in a huge gay rights fight over a homophobic, anti-abortion "game" it accepted, then booted from iTunes.
Maybe that facial-recognition technology can help catch this burglar who posted a picture of himself robbing a house on the victim's Facebook profile.
Perhaps that family should've invested in this vuvuzela-blasting burglar alarms!
Meanwhile Google, always ahead of the game for seemingly self-aware technology, is way behind on it's "Facebook killer" on account of "political infighting," rumor has it.
Social networking is huge all over the globe, but some countries are more into it than others. Check it out: Poland, Britain and South Korea rival the U.S. in usage, but Facebook, et. al. have a Germany/Japan problem.
Meanwhile, new stats support what you already knew; parents and grandparents are increasingly showing up on Facebook. The olds are also getting into online video, too.
Know what else? We're spending as much time on our mobile devices as we are reading newspapers and magazines -- the kind made out of paper.
Also, we don't much care about 3-D and Web-connected TVs. What's more, the first website designed for 3D TVs just looks weird in a normal browser.
You know what everybody cares about? "The Night Before Christmas" as told by cats!