Jan. 28, 2011 at 9:54 AM ET
Egypt has the largest and most active blogosphere in the Arab world — but as of yesterday, the Egyptian government pretty much took the entire country offline. Here's what that looks like.
Meanwhile, the U.S. government knocked down dozens of doors in raids on pro-Wikileaks hacktivists.
It's now OK for photographers to take pictures outside public places and federal buildings — so there's, that.
Some dude on Staten Island is suing Facebook for $500,000 for shutting down his profile. Good luck with that, pal.
The white iPhone of legend made another short appearance — this time on the German Apple website — and in a blink, it was gone.
Yeah, don't expect a lot of AT&T iPhone subscribers to jump ship when Verizon's version rolls around — 90 percent of them are under contract.
Virgin is axing its unlimited mobile broadband plan.
Amazon now sells more Kindle books than paperbacks. (Stop whining Luddites! At least the kids are reading.)
Hey! It's an online Sci Fi writing website from Star Ship Sofa. Neat!
"Man vs. Wild's" Bear Grylls vs. "Survivorman's" Les Stroud in an Internet fight to the death! (I know who I'm rooting for, and it ain't the pretty boy who eats bugs.)