Nevada’s governor vetoed an off-road vehicle registration plan probably after realizing if it was enacted, every dirt bike, ATV, and go-kart would clog the state’s highways in protest.
The Senate Judiciary Committee’s top Republican says he does not foresee a filibuster against the President’s Supreme Court nominee because even the GOP doesn’t want to piss off the Hispanic voting block.
Microsoft has announced the latest iteration of its Zune music player which most people read about on their iPods and iPhones.
AT&T will begin upgrading its 3G network to use faster technology after realizing Japan’s mobile network makes America’s look like we’re still using rotary phones.
Microsoft is bringing a new search engine to market but we’ll have to wait and see if it can slay the mighty dragon, Google, which is more like trying to kill Medusa.
Apple has updated its low-end consumer notebook. Too bad they won’t downgrade the price.
Nintendo hopes to expand the Wii’s library with games targeting serious players but some are still awaiting for Wii Jai Alai, Wii Wii Paintball, and Wii Wee: the game of urinary concentration. A sure-fire hit among elderly men with bulging prostates.
Apple’s iPhone continues to drive customers to AT&T except for those who’ve unlocked the devices and are using everyone else’s networks. It’s now theirPhone for those gifted hackers.
A Russian-made space capsule has blasted off making the Russians look peaceful compared to the North Koreans.