Trending: Amazon Go is finally a go: Sensor-infused store opens to the public Monday, with no checkout lines

First-day U.S. sales of the Nintendo 3DS set a new company record. Look next for aspirin shortages.

The record labels weren’t happy with Amazon today. Cloud music guru Michael Robertson was.

Google launched its new in-app billing system for Android apps.

Mozilla released Firefox 4 for Android.

Microsoft’s takedown of the Rustock botnet has had a measurable impact on global spam levels.

Apple’s WorldWide Developer Conference is already sold out.

Will launch a new Android tablet called Scratchpad, as the company’s recent domain acquisitions suggest? Um, no.

The iPad has no shot vs. Windows and Android at big companies. So says some dude from Dell.

Why were people protesting Twitter in San Francisco today? Tax breaks, of course. What else?

T-Mobile customers using Windows Phones will finally be getting the “NoDo” update.

Here’s what those Space Shuttles will look like inside those museums — at least, inside those museums that get those shuttles.

Headline of the Day, from BetaNews: If Windows Phone is No. 2 by 2015, I’ll kiss Steve Ballmer’s feet

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