Lifehacker celebrates its sixth birthday today, Google alters their search engine algorithm for less spam, and Amazon is readying an unlimited instant streaming service.
iOS/Mac/Windows: Free desktop application iPhone Explorer allows iOS users to export and backup data from their iOS applications without iTunes.
AT&T may be offering customers unlimited data plans again, LinkedIn launches a network visualization tool, and Android readying new in-app purchase model for developers.
If you're not a runner, training for a Marathon might seem like an extremely daunting task. With a few creative tricks, however, you might be able to make it to the finish line without any training at all.
If your couch or coffee table is leaving dents in the carpet, a quick and hassle-free way to fix the problem is with your everyday, standard ice cube.
Google adds a fuel calculator for UK Maps users, BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay is working on a new music sharing service, and Chrome's adding an option to opt out of ad tracking.
iOS: Instead of paying for Apple's iOS version of iMovie, Splice is an alternative video editor that you can use for free. It comes with many of the same features you'll find in iMovie, but without the cost.
Anyone can steal any video as long as it's on the web, Apple's making it a pain to do DIY repairs on your iPhone, and Spotify finally signs its first US deal.
iOS: Starting BitTorrent downloads remotely using Dropbox is a handy trick, and now it's possible in iOS. All it takes is an app called Drop It, a Dropbox account, and the torrent client of your choice.
Google Maps speeds up and dresses up its layers interaction, a new Starbucks app for iOS and BlackBerry lets you pay for coffee using your phone, and Apple announces the top ten downloaded applications of all time.
Twitter's not traditionally the first place you'd think of when your goal is productivity, but as productivity blog KnowtheNetwork points out, it can be surprisingly adept at adding quick notes or to-do's from most anywhere.
Yahoo adds support for third-party logins, TiVo comes to the iPad, and the Comcast/NBC merger is approved without hurting Hulu.
Chrome: If you prefer spending more time reading on your Kindle than in your browser, you can quickly push content from your browser to your Kindle with Chrome extension Send to Kindle.
Netflix is removing the option to queue DVDs from streaming-only devices, Windows Phone 7 gets friendly with the homebrew crowd, and Microsoft releases their solid Mathematics application for free.
Instead of buying new content for your Kindle, Kindle Lending Club lets you search for users willing to lend their Kindle ebooks to anyone with the desire to read.
Early images of purported iPad news app The Daily hit the web, iOS 4.3 jailbreak is released, and Shazam adds one click support for Spotify users.
Android/Windows Phone 7: InstaFetch brings the simplicity and readability of Instapaper to Android and Windows Phone 7, finally providing a native Instapaper app for non-iOS mobile platforms.
iOS 4.3 beta was released to developers opening up AirPlay to third party apps, Google updates their translate application to support voice conversations, and Facebook is teaming up with the government to offer AMBER alert notifications to users.