On Friday, Verizon BlackBerry users began to report a system-wide outage. This issue effects more than just the BlackBerry Internet Service- all data capabilities have been disabled. Only phone calls are possible. Three days later, 9to5Mac reports that the Verizon BlackBerry outage is still ongoing.
Earlier today, Roger Ebert posted a letter from Robert Murch. If you aren't a film geek, Murch is a multiple-Oscar award winning editor. He worked on "Apocalypse Now" and "The English Patient" and is pretty much the best at what he does. Murch doesn't think 3D will ever be a viable mainstream technology.
2010 was the first year Twitter started to sell ad revenue. They made a total of $45 million. 2011 will prove to be considerably more lucrative for the social media service. eMarketer just announced that they expect ad revenues for the site to top $150 this year. By 2012, the company could break a $250 million.
The boys at MacRumors have uncovered a new Apple patent application. This one covers a physical keyboard with motion sensing cameras built into the frame. The idea is to merge the keyboard and mouse into one device. There would be both a "typing" and a "mouse" mode, toggled through a key or key combo.