Gmail rolls out behavioral advertising : using similar algorithms for its priority inbox , new ads will depend on the messages you're been receiving and include local deals . "Soon, some of you will start seeing fewer ads, overall," says a new promotional video. [Update: 4:37]
Oil could be gone in 50 years , even assuming constant demand, according to the HSBC  bank's senior global economist economist, Karen Ward. Gas is a difficult alternative because of transportation issues, but coal  will be around for around for another 176 years. [Update: 4:37]
Two flying robots  play ping pong in this viral video [Update: 4:37]
Gadhafi's son returns from US internship to command violent suppression . Khamis Gadhafi was on a State Department-sanctioned marathon tour of US technology firms to learn how to modernize the country's infrastructure. [Updated: 1:24]
Vimeo's launches new app : uploading capability, sophisticated movie editing, and easy sharing [Updated: 12:06]
Do Not Track legislation gets congressional support : Sen John Kerry introduced draft legislation for the FTC  to develop and enforce privacy rules. [Updated: 12:06]
Justice for BP execs (maybe) : the DOJ is considering manslaughter charges for BP, including Tony Hayward. This ain't no slap on the wrist.
Twitter's popular table : A tiny fraction of twitter users, 0.02%, claim half of all the attention on the microblogging site.
The British are coming!  The Guardian is expanding coverage in the U.S. "the United States is going to be a more important part of what we do in the future," says Editor-in-Chief Alan Rusbridger
Canada's polite data caps hit Netflix : A Canadian ISP has had enough of the gigs of data streamed from high-resolution Netflix movies. But, they do so in such a polite way: user settings are defaulted to limited streaming and can be switched back at will.
Loud and proud : a new magazine for gay solidiers isn't waiting for the DADT repeal; it will be on shelves next month.
Sources: Digital Trends, CNBC, YouTube, Yahoo News, Digital Trends, Vimeo, Wall Street Journal, InformationWeek, Google.com, The Guardian, Mashable, Yahoo News, Ars Technica, Daily Caller