Amidst another huge wave of protests marking the 31st anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, Iranian authorities have announced that they are cutting off access to Google's Gmail and replacing it with a "national" email system.;
This week we've seen the new 27-inch iMac compared to a television, and we've watched Windows 7 get all TV-happy with in-home streaming. But it was in over a decade ago that Apple ventured to show us how TVs and PCs would eventually conflate, and in true Apple fashion, they did it way too early with a commercial flop.
Forgot to preorder your friend's Harry Potter tickets? Missed yet another anniversary? Today's the pseudoholiday when we pledge not to let it happen again. (We tried to find out who started this, but it seems everyone has forgotten.) If you're proactive, you'll seek technological help. On iTunes, apps like LifeMinder (which alerts you to key dates) and G-Park (which pinpoints your parking space) sell for $1.99 and $.99, respectively, while Remember the Milk (a to-do list maker) is free.