Richard Dreyfuss reads the iTunes EULA, Google adds activity statistics to Google Docs, and GigaOM explains why Apple's iCloud might serve you up DRMd music.
Google bars rooted devices from using the Android Market's movie rental service, Twitter announces new email notifications, and the RIAA's legal team makes its first foray into the cloud.
Researcher Joshua Long explains why the Mac App Store is bad for security, Flickr gets a brand new homepage, and Microsoft claims malware accounts for 7% of all user-downloaded software.
A new bill in the US Senate would make unauthorized streaming of copyrighted material a felony, Netflix signs a big content deal with Miramax, and Gmail will soon display picture ads alongside certain emails.
Mac OS X Lion will include Lion Server for free, Placekitten serves up adorable placeholder images, and the BlackBerry PlayBook might be able to run your favorite Android apps.