An opening date for the Mac App Store, Street Slide becomes Streetside, Google browses the human body, the first dual-core phone lands, Flipboard gets a big update, and a USB card reader that looks like a popsicle!
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The Mac App Store is set to open January 6th, coincidentally (or not) the first day of CES. The store will have apps for the Mac in the same style as the mobile App Store through iTunes.
Microsoft has updated their Bing app and is rebranding their Street Slide service as Streetside. It aims to give a smoother virtual street experience than Google's Street View.
Ever need an aid for anatomy study? Google Body Browser lets you learn bones, muscles and more, right through your web browser.
Phones are taking a leap forward into greater processing speed with the launch of the LG Optimus 2X, running the Tegra 2 1 GHz processor.
Do like to stream or get your movies and TV on DVD? Netflix has you covered both ways, with plans starting at $7.99.
Flipboard is a very attractive, visual way to get content from social networks, and it just got a big upgrade. It will now be adding Flickr and Google Reader to its list of sources.