The high-definition war is all over bar the shouting (and trust me, the Blu-ray camp is doing plenty of that). At least, it's over until Blu-ray comes up against digital distribution, which may wipe the smile off their faces.
Nowadays, it's the done thing for big consumer electronics firms to take their home entertainment brands mobile, with dedicated handsets. Think Sony Ericsson with its Walkman, Cyber-shot and (in Japan) Bravia phones. Panasonic is at it too, with its Viera TV brand.
Imagine the problems Snoop Dogg would have if his keyboard's 'z' key packed up. He'd be stuck! Thankfully, it's not happened yet, and Snoop is proving his Web 2.0 credentials by launching his very own Twitter feed.
Buying a new phone? You don't want to let a smooth-talking mobile salesperson decide which one you want for you. Nowadays, it's pretty easy to bone up on new handsets online before making a purchase, whether that's reading reviews, watching hands-on videos, or surfing forums to see what other people who own a handset think of it.
Great news for retro gamers with a penchant for llamas. Classic PC game Gridrunner++ has been released as a Facebook application. The original was developed by legendary game designer Jeff Minter, and the new version seemingly has Jeff's blessing.
There's been a lot of talk about mobile social networking in recent months, but it's mostly focused on the big consumer sites like Facebook, MySpace and Bebo. However, business-focused social network LinkedIn has just announced its move into mobile, with a new WAP site.
Good news for men with big hair, big beards and big bikes. You've now got your very own social network based around Harley Davidson bikes. It's called Harley Social, and it lets you create a blog, and upload photos and videos of your glorious vehicle.
Hurrah! Someone's invented Tetris-themed ice cube trays. Simply fill 'em with water, and icy Tetromino-based fun is yours for the taking. If you're really clever, you could use different flavourings to make coloured blocks, just like the latest versions of the game.