We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Home / News & Rumors Monday Brief: WP8 Features, Fitness Month, Free PlayBooks, and an iPad 3 Giveaway Ashley Esqueda 6 Feb 2012 16 Youtube video link for mobile viewing Mobile Nations Podcast Feed Mobile Nations on iTunes Mobile Nations YouTube ZEN and TECH 32: Mobile Nations health and fitness kickoff Superfunctional 23: Q&A 3 Verizon Galaxy Nexus Android 4.0.4 OTA package now available (unofficial) What is tethering? [Android A to Z] AC Explains: The Verizon Galaxy Nexus is still supported by Google Exclusive: First Image of a BlackBerry 10 Superphone!! BlackBerry extends free PlayBook offer to all developers who submit an app by Feb 13th February is Health & Fitness Month at CrackBerry and Mobile Nations; Learn how to leverage your mobile devices for a better you! Whitman thinks webOS "has huge advantages" over iOS and Android WebOS Internals releases Enyo for unloved webOS smartphones Brian Hernacki, Chief Architect of webOS, leaves HP Is Apple testing Oracle's ZFS file system to make iOS and iCloud storage better, faster, and more resilient? Help keep jailbreak exemption in DMCA — act now! February is fitness month at iMore and Mobile Nations! [iPad 3 giveaway!] Windows Phone 8 details revealed in Nokia-partner video Brandon Watson, Director of developer experience for Windows Phone, leaving Microsoft Skype for Windows Phone is in testing, out soon We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. They say it's for science Google will pay you a measly $1.50 a week to track EVERYTHING on your phone Google already tracks a lot of your data, whether you want them to or not. But for a mere pittance they'll track even more of it! Why? All so they can better sell ads to put in front of your face. Cooooooool. Is it cheating or just a tool? ChatGPT's totally predictable disruption of education The moment ChatGPT was unveiled the outcome for education was obvious: students were absolutely going to use it. But does it count as cheating? An inevitable future Big Oil is coming for EVs (in a good way?) Some of the biggest oil companies in the world have acknowledged that the future of surface transportation will largely be electric, and they don't want to miss out on that rapidly expanding pie.