Wednesday’s FSJ News Wrap

We read the blogs, so you don’t have to.  From the FSJ News Center: Apple spends a lot on those Mac/PC ads.   Ever heard of Apple’s “Pen Mac?” It’s Yahoo! analyst day, and Carol wants some respect.  Google gets into the GPS business. Verizon hearts the Droid.  Seasonal laughs from those wacky Joy Of Tech guys.

Size matters: Apple’s 2009 ad budget is huge, but the Microsoft budget is absolutely massive. (Fortune Brainstorm Tech)

Apple’s tablet computer, circa 1990. (TechCrunch)

Trick or tweet! (Joy Of Tech)

CEO Carol Bartz speaks her mind (uh-oh) at Yahoo! analyst day. (Silicon Alley Insider)

Google has a new navigation program for Android. (Reuters)

Speaking of GPS, Microsoft’s pulling the plug on MSN Direct.  (Gizmodo)

Major League Baseball rolls out Android app during World Series.  (CNET News)

Twitter users warned of phishing attack.  (CNET News)

Verizon: “The Droids are here, the Droids are here!”  (WSJ)