The Plan8 goes though our top picks of news for the week of March 16th 2010 in tech and internet culture with guest Co-Host: Blogger / Tech Journalist: Mark Milian of The Los Angeles Time.

Today on the Plan8 we talk about:

1.) Apple sues HTC on 20 patents, hopes to kill the hydra that is Android dead [Link]
1a.) Ex-Sun honcho calls Apple’s HTC suit an “act of desperation” [Link]

2.) Telecoms continue move to metered Internet, AT&T CEO says [Link]

3.) Internet access is ‘a fundamental right’ says over 75% in a new pole [Link]

4.) BmoreFiber project to get Google Fiber to Baltimore [Link]

5.) Chromium OS on a $199 Tablet powered by Freescale [Link]

6.) Google buys DocVerse, look at this spending spree [Link]

7.) Newegg selling ASUS Eee Box with Red Flag Linux pre-installed [Link]

8.) Facebook Will Allow Users to Share Location [Link]

9.) Energizer Bunny’s software infects PCs – USB battery recharger status software contains Trojan, says US-CERT [Link]

10.) More Microsoft Courier details (and iPad April 3) [Link]

11.) The phone of choice by terrorists leaders? iPhone! [Link]

Today’s music is:

“Weatherbee” by J. Arthur Keenes of the 8bit Collective