There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web.
- In case you haven't already drowned in the sea that is the series finale of 'Lost' -- what with it's clever little parodies with Jimmy Kimmel, or Sarah Silverman's "interview" with Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, and all of the other fan-made crap that will keep the show alive in perpetuity -- here's yet another piece of Oceanic 815 detritus: Adam Cambell's adorable 8-bit image for an imagined arcade game version of the show. [From: Boing Boing]
- Just because Wired is a tech mag doesn't mean that we're more endeared to it than others. But maybe Condé Nast heard our plaintive cries when we ripped the Vanity Fair iPad app a new one, because the Wired iPad edition looks pretty sweet, indeed. We haven't had a chance to sit down and give it a thorough going-over just yet, but we can already tell that it looks more like a magazine than VF's first, sad attempt. Just kidding, Condé! (Are you hiring?) [From: Wired]
- For those of you trend-setting Mac users who've been trail-blazing with the Chrome Beta browser, Google has announced that they're taking it out of the testing stage. The company says that Chrome is ready for a stable release (even if we hear that it's still a bit buggy) and it boasts full-screen mode, bookmark synchrony, and some HTML5 goodness. Who needs open-source and all the hard work that went into Firefox? Go corporate with Chrome! [From: TUAW]
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