Space Shuttle Endeavour finally lifts off
After more than a month's delay, space shuttle Endeavour and seven astronauts thundered into orbit Wednesday on a flight to the international space station, hauling up a veranda for Japan's enormous lab and looking to set a crowd record. Read Full Article Here.

Apple disables iTunes sync feature on Palm Pre
Users of the recently released Palm Pre were able to put music on the device by using Apple's free iTunes software — a unique twist for a device not made by Apple. But Apple updated iTunes to block this feature Wednesday.

Microsoft announces cloud computing prices
Microsoft Corp. unveiled some of the pricing for its cloud computing platform, Windows Azure. It will offer a discount of 15% to 30% to developers and resellers who agree to work with them for six months or more. In the pay-per-use category, the company will charge 12 cents an hour for computing, 15 cents per gigabyte for storage and 10 cents per 10,000 storage transactions.

Google Voice App to soon appear on Blackberry, Android
Google Voice is headed for Blackberry and Android handsets which will allow users to manage voice mail, contacts, and make low-cost phone calls, according to reports surfacing on the Web today. Read Full Article Here.

EU partners with MTV on climate change
The European Union will partner with music channel MTV to raise awareness among teens about the dangers of climate change. MTV plans to host special climate change concerts in Stockholm, Budapest and Copenhagen in the run-up to the U.N. conference, which starts Dec. 7.