Apple says the iPhone 4 signal issues aren't as bad as they appear. Android got a voice to text app. ePrint isn't active on the HP printers, yet. iTunes was hacked over the weekend. The SPFX masks look more like real humans than we've ever seen before.
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Android got a voice to text app that lets you search via voice for directions, phone numbers and songs. It's $0.99 on the Android Market.
Apple says that the signal issues people are experiencing are not as bad as they seem. When you hold the iPhone 4 a certain way, you might notice the amount of bars you have drops significantly. BUT! The software is incorrect, and is showing too many bars in the first place. Expect an update soon.
HP's new line of printers are supposed to have ePrint, but they're selling the printers without that capability. So they're just plain old printers for now. There will be an update coming to add ePrint, but I'd suggest holding off for now
Also, iTunes got hacked over the weekend, so be sure to check your credit card!
The SPFX mask is the most realistic looking mask we've seen so far. Take a look at the video and see the bald head and facial hair.