'StarCraft II' Tops PC Charts, Congressman Condemns 'Treasonous' Wikileaks Snitch
Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines....
- 'StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty' has already conquered a huge slew of blockbuster rivals to become 2010's best-selling PC title, moving 1.5 million copies during its first two days on the market. [From: Games Beat]
- A Michigan politician apparently believes that the actions of alleged Wikileaks informant Bradley Manning demand capital, or at least corporal, punishment. During a recent radio interview, Michigan's Rep. Mike Rogers reportedly agreed that Manning had committed treason during a time of war, adding that he'd like to "get [his] hands on" the purported turncoat. [From: CNET]
- Microsoft's numerous upgrades to Hotmail, including increased speeds and the addition of various Gmail-challenging features, have been officially implemented for the service's 350 million users. [From: The Windows Blog]
- Sharp has reportedly confirmed the development of a 3-D cellphone, and its device -- which wouldn't require glasses -- should appear by the end of the year. [From: Reuters]
- If you're hoping to unlock your iPhone 4, Engadget has a full, and incredibly technical, ultrasn0w tutorial to get you on your geeky way. [From: Engadget]
- Verizon is reportedly diversifying its tablet development department, with plans for a digital Motorola device that would incorporate TV-viewing capabilities. [From: The Financial Times]