Cute kids, retail IPOs, lousy "programming languages" and a brand for a-holes take up today's Remainders.
Kylie has another ad! We've covered her twice already, with the latest being a tribute to ourselves, so I think that's enough. She's still cute though. [YouTube]
Newegg just IPO'ed for $US175 million. It being one of our top three online merchants for gadgets brought it to our attention, but unless you're looking for a new investment, you probably don't care. [WSJ]
Ed Hardy now has mice, mousepads and laptop skins. We already covered their USB drives, and one Ed Hardy mention is enough for a year. [Pocket Lint]
It's becoming increasingly clear that Facebook has never faced a scandal like the one it's currently fighting through. Revelations over the weekend about its reckless sharing of user data sent its stock price plunging on Monday, and fresh calls for regulations on the social media network are looking more real than ever.
Incoming South Australian Premier Steven Marshall has today revealed that the Liberal government will not continue with Jay Weatherill's plan to install batteries in thousands of low-income households. The new government's plan will instead focus on means-tested subsidies for battery systems, and on the grid scale a focus on interconnectivity with NSW.