These iOS apps will help you buy and sell a house

Buying and selling your home can be a stressful and time consuming ordeal. While some aspects of this major life event have not changed over the years, the technology one uses throughout the process has.

Will apps or devices manage cloud complexity in the home?

The enterprise is where the big bucks used to be, but home is where the heart and consumers are. As the web becomes more integrated in people’s lives, the home will become the battleground for the coming generation of startups and big-name companies.

Is Apple’s Living Room Gaming Strategy Already Here?

Many have speculated that Apple could make a move into the console gaming market. I’ve always been skeptical of such an idea, but what if Apple has already made its living room play, and we just have to wait for all the pieces to come together?

Is Your Space Making You More or Less Productive?

This week is World Space Week. While I’m not sure an article aimed at web working astronauts would have that big an audience, taking a look at an alternate meaning of the word “space” might. Your workspace isn’t the final frontier, but it’s important for productivity.

Recipe for A Great Remote Worker

A friend of mine told me today that he just can’t work from home. He simply cannot do it. This guy enjoys his work, he likes his team, he’s great at what he does, and he feels a sense of responsibility to his employer. It made me wonder: what makes him incapable of working from home, when others have no problem at all? What is it that we remote workers have, that others don’t?

Vid-Biz: Startups, iPhone, Best Buy

TOTLOL Closing Down; faced with “harsh limits” because it used videos from YouTube and targeted kids, the one-developer video site closes down. (TechCrunch) Elsewhere on in startup land, SplashCast is looking for a buyer: UGC company trying to sell itself after failing to raise a B round. (TechCrunch)

WSJ: iPhone to Have Video; source who’s seen the new model says it has more horsepower and can do video editing. (The Wall Street Journal) The iPhone’s popularity is in part driving mobile video, and according to new stats from Pyramid Research, the number of global users paying for mobile video and TV services will increase fivefold to 534 million by 2014. (CNET)

Best Buy Partners with CinemaNow; movies will be available through the retailer’s web site and on some devices sold in stores. (Video Business)

DTV Switch a Boon to Pay TV and HDTV Sales; the impending analog shut-off has driven 8 percent of U.S. TV households to buy an HDTV, and 5 percent started a new pay TV subscription. (release)

Watch the “Bing-a-Thon” on Hulu; Microsoft promotes its new search tool with an hour-long program on the portal featuring Olivia Munn and Jason Sudeikis; viewers can then watch Hulu ad-free. (The New York Times)

Blade Runner Prequel (Kinda) Series Coming to Web; Ridley Scott’s RSA Films working on the series, which will incorporate story input from viewers and be released under the Creative Commons license. (The New York Times)

Home Premieres on YouTube; Luc Besson’s environmental documentary debuts today in theaters and online (in HD!). (YouTube)