Greetings, link junkies. Welcome to your Tuesday edition of DLR, which is filled with news. Some of it good, some of it bad, and some of it indifferent. First, the good news. The Amazon Kindle dropped in price by, like, a lot. Now you have an excuse to never walk in to a book store again. Oh, wait. That’s kind of bad news, isn’t it? Or is that just me? Whatever. The iPad has sold over 3 million units in just 80 days. That’s good news for Apple, I guess. Oh, here’s something for you. Google Voice is now open to all Americans. No more invites required. That’s pretty damn awesome if you ask me, but you didn’t, so on we go. You know what I love? A good UFO hoax, and there’s a link in today’s DLR to some of the best alien hoaxes on YouTube right now. I got a chuckle out of that. Something that didn’t make me laugh though, was your mom. Last night. Trying to read by the light of her Acer LED touchpad. What’s up with that? Here’s your Daily Link Roundup, now Facebook free for a couple of days or so.
Google Voice now open to the American public (Engadget)
Acer’s New Laptop Has A LED Touchpad (GadgetReview)
Apple: 3 Million Magical iPads Sold (Gizmodo)
New Xbox, Kinect prices and release date leaked (DVice)
10 Best UFO Hoax Videos on YouTube (Mashable)
Some iPhone 4 preorders coming a day early (CNET)
The Kindle won (CrunchGear)