Just arrived in my inbox, the once-upon-an-April-Fools joke has become real. I'm not down with bacon lube myself, but hey, some of you might be. This is also another awesome example of putting something crazy out there, and then finding out that there really is a demand for it. Now they have another product to sell. I love the internet.
If you missed out on the Blue Bombers plates earlier this year, you might be interested in Premier Greg Selinger's announcement this morning. Plates will cost ~$70, with the proceeds to be split among MPI, the province and the Winnipeg Jets True North Foundation.
Apple has just release iOS 5.0.1 to the public, bringing fixes for battery life issues introduced with iOS 5. The release also brings several other enhancements including multitasking gestures for the original iPad.
Along with cutting 750 members of its workforce, Adobe announced that it will stop developing new mobile ports of its Flash player browser plugin. Instead, the company's mobile Flash development efforts will focus on AIR and tools for deploying Flash content as native applications.
Google Reader has been given a new sharper, minimalistic interface, and has been better attached to Google+. I kind of like it, and it's going to be this sort of app integration that is going to help Google's social network platform.