This is huge enough to be carried by both Mashable and Fast Company today. And it is the HUGE trending headline on Mashable.
The Big Deal: Twitter is expanding its ability as a media service by adding features that third parties have created work-arounds for. The ability easily share photos and videos will make it more compelling to the masses.
I can't hold back my sarcasm. It's kind of amazing that Apple can get the media coverage it does. They don't need broadcast commercials. They have All Things D and Mashable, who will apparently report if Steve Jobs sneezes -- because it's cooler when he does it. On my way in the word was the Apple Store was down, which is a clear indication they are adding new products.
The Big Deal: It seems to be a new "Magic Trackpad," which could seriously help us all move past mice and the eveil trackpads on our laptops, and a couple of newer versions of their older computers.
Poor Jeeves, always late to the party. Q&A sites peaked about a year and a half ago. Let's see if this latest effort to make us care actually works.
The Big Deal: It's a big deal if they manage to finally take some share of voice and become relevant.
Google Apps received government certification for sensitive, but not classified, materials.
The Big Deal: If it's good enough for .Gov, then it should be good enough for any corporation. Cloud computing may move to corporate America now.