This week, a special delivery from Nintendo, some more iPhone rumors, and a simple way to get around the new New York Times paywall. Check out these stories and more in this week's recap.
- Big news first: a new 3DS is in our hands! Stay tuned for a review, tips, and other awesomeness inspired by the brand-new gadget.
- Another week, another crop of Apple rumors. The week started with a rumor that the next iPhone was not coming with a NFC chip — the chip that allows you to pay for purchases using your phone. At the end of the week, we heard that the next iPhone may sport a metal back.
- Now that the iPad 2 has been with us for over a week, we had a chance to check it out and form some first impressions. And since the iPad 2 is the current hotness, anyone who wants to get their hands on an original iPad can snag one for a dramatically reduced price.
- In new phone news, Verizon released is first 4G phone, the HTC Thunderbolt. And T-Mobile released the newest version of the Sidekick, which also runs on a 4G network.
- Android fans: if $800 for a Motorola Xoom was a bit too steep, you're in luck! Motorola is introducing a WiFi-only Xoom on March 27 for $599.
- Google Chrome introduced a new logo, so in its honor, here are five helpful Chrome tips.
- March Madness kicked off this week, and thanks to the Internet, you can watch even if you don't have a TV. If you're a fan, be sure to check out all of the ways Google is adding to the experience: stadium tours, bracket templates, and more.
- The New York Times will begin charging for content on March 28, but there's an easy way to get around the paywall — just follow these Twitter accounts!