- Expect to see Philips' epaper technology beyond portable devices — Gizmodo
- Walt Mossberg from The Wall Street Journal isn't a fan of the Nook — The Silicon Alley Insider
- Ahh! Google explains Google Chrome with some cute videos —Digital Inspiration
- BlackBerry Themes show up in App World — RIMarkable
- Purchase a DVD or Blu-Ray disc from Amazon, stream some movies for free — Download Squad
- Find out 10 of the top gadgets of the year — Techland
- Submit your Cool Captures for your chance to win a CanvasPop print — GeekSugar
Yesterday at the CTIA Wireless conference in Las Vegas, RIM officially announced their own version of Apple's App Store, called App World. BlackBerry users can rejoice and download apps like Facebook, AIM, Pandora, and other useful apps right from their smartphone using their PayPal account.
Inside the App World, you can search apps by most popular, category, and highest rated. Plus, now that you can stream TV shows on your BlackBerry, who needs another device? And the best part is, you'll only see apps that are compatible with your model, so you won't be accidentally downloading apps you can't use.
However, you will need a BlackBerry that's running OS 4.2 or higher to download. Check out more screenshots of the App World over on Crave.
- When Wired asked its readers who uses the Mac Mini and why, they were flooded with positive comments. See what they were. — Wired
- BlackBerry's App store website — called BlackBerry App World — has just been updated, and RIM has set the minimum price for pad apps at $2.99. — CrackBerry
- Amazon has just launched a new video game trade-in section to its website where you can select the games you want to return (at least $10 worth) and it'll send you a gift card in return! — Joystiq
- The winner of a eight Academy Awards including best picture, Slumdog Millionaire will be making its way to homes on DVD/Blu-ray on March 31. — Switched
- Check out some sweet deals of the day including a $15 Samsung Bluetooth Headset. — Boing Boing