Sony's Crackle comes to Xbox, Apple patents new touchscreen remote

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> Apple's inexorable march toward delivering an HD television to the market took another step forward with the report that the company has filed a new patent for a touchscreen remote control. Article

> Sony's Crackle comes to Xbox. Article

> Google began construction Moday in Kansas City, Kan., on its long-awaited, much-coveted ultrafast Internet service. Article

> Software development company Eyepartner has released a free WordPress module that lets site creators bring TikiLive video to their WordPress sites. TikiLive is Eyepartner's platform for broadcasting HD or SD video live or on-demand. Article

> Asian-targeted network Mnet will now be in front of FiOS' 4.2 million viewers on a 24-hour basis after initially garnering 10-hour a day, part-time carriage. The network replaces the Sound Track Channel on FiOS systems, said network officials. Article

And finally... Firefighters rescued a man who got stuck twice on elevators Sunday night in a downtown Chicago building. Article

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