Microsoft is hit with a second lawsuit over their "Windows Genuine Advantage", meanwhile OS X is phoning home too. A new challenger to YouTube arrives on the scene and offers to pay people for their videos, but does their business model make sense? Google threatens future anti-trust suits over the net neutrality issue, and Samsung is busy mass-producing ultra-fast gaming memory hardware.
In gaming news we wonder if the Wii might be a wee bit early and arrive in September? Sony is in the news again, this time with a controversial ad. President Bush receives a DS Lite and Brain Age for his birthday, but makes no comment on his current score. Also an Arab gamer refuses to play a video game against an Israeli gamer and loses his championship title in the process.
Joel tells us what game is kicking his butt this week and we find out that Microsoft might be releasing a challenger to the iPod later this year. SHOCK! No, not really.
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YouTube challenger offers to pay for video
Sony's New PSP Ad Draws Ire
Wii to Launch in September?