Ever since BlackBerry dropped the Storm, people have been clamoring for a device that combines touchscreen ease of use with the practicality of a real BlackBerry keyboard. Seems like RIM was listening. Today the Ontario-based company unveiled its latest model, the Torch. It's a slider phone equipped with a 3.2-inch 360 x 480 capacitive touchscreen display, full QWERTY keyboard, BlackBerry's new OS 6, and BlackBerry's App World so you can easily install new apps. On paper it looks like the BlackBerry to get. Want on? It'll run you $200 with a two-year contract. [Engadget]

Twitter would like to thank Diddy, Kim K, CNN, Ted Bawno, and you for helping it reach 20 billion tweets. [Christian Science Monitor]

Who will win the search wars: Bing or Google? It's not as dumb a question as you think. [NY Times]

Samsung is trying to patent the coolest tablet feature yet. [Slashgear]

Thinking of jailbreaking your iPhone? Read this. [PC World]

With email on the decline, guess where people spend most of their time online. [MediaPost]

If you're waiting to buy an e-reader, supposedly there's a $99 model dropping this fall with a color screen. [Mashable]