Monday's CNET Update has a glow about it:
Shining light on the Kindle Paperwhite
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite e-reader is now shipping, and CNET has given it the Editors Choice award. You can read the full review here. The Nook GlowLight dropped its price to $119 to match the Paperwhite.
Apple has released a Wi-Fi bug fix for the iPhone 5 on Verizon. The bug caused the iPhone 5 to use data even when the device was connected to a Wi-Fi network. Verizon won't charge iPhone 5 customers for any excess data as a result of the bug, but customers should download the fix in settings.
You'll be seeing popular Zynga online games on toy shelves. Hasbro partnered with Zynga to make board games inspired by popular digital titles, like the Farmville-themed Hungry Hungry Herd and CityVille Monopoly. There's also Words with Friends, which is similar to Scrabble, and Draw Something, similar to Pictionary. With all these games, players can get access to extra digital in-game features or currency.
Netflix's iPad app is now more kid friendly with the new "Just for Kids" menu option. That feature is coming soon to Android.
Happy 30th birthday, CD player. Sony's first player, the CDP-101, went on sale Oct. 1, 1982 in Japan. Six months later, it arrived in the U.S. for $1,000.
For the first time, YouTube will stream the U.S. presidential debates live online. The first debate takes place Wednesday at 6 p.m. Pacific, 9 p.m. Eastern.
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