Today was certainly a hectic day in the world of technology to say the least. We've compiled a list of TechnoBuffalo's top headlines for today to help you make sense of it all.

1. "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report" Return to Hulu

After being removed in March of last year, The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, two popular shows airing on Comedy Central, are making a triumphant return to Hulu for both regular and Plus users.

The Daily Show and Colbert Report Return To Hulu

2. Motorola Atrix Gets Priced

With mounting anticipation and greater financial investment in marketing by AT&T, the Motorola Atrix 4G is one of the most anticipated handsets hitting the carrier in the near future. However, with the rumored price being $500 with the keyboard dock, a key feature of the device, many are concerned that the price will outweigh the functionality.

Motorola Atrix Gets Date & Pricing On AT&T

3. Nintendo 3DS to Launch with One First-Party Game

Though many are anticipating the 3DS launch, it seems as if the software support might not be there initially. Why? Because Nintendo decided that staggering the release dates of in-house software would best serve the consumer in the end. But the title they chose is, well, lacking in some way. To see what it is, check the link below.

Only One Nintendo Game Will Launch with the 3DS, Here's Why

4. Verizon iPhone

Early this morning, the Verizon iPhone pre-order site went live, though it was not without issues. Many were experiencing a terminating error that would prevent them from purchasing their Apple device. However, it seems as if the issue was resolved enough that the carrier is tapped out of pre-order devices, at least until next week.

Verizon iPhone Orders Begin, Some Have Issues (Video)

5. News Corp. Looking to Sell MySpace

What was once seen as a social networking gem has now turned into a financial burden, and thus News Corp. is looking to sell MySpace. Explained during a financial call, the COO of News Corp.stated that the site has had strong numbers since its relaunch but that the waning Internet giant would be best served under a new owner.

News Corp. Looks To Sell MySpace

6. NGP Working Titles Shown Off

Sony's much-anticipated NGP is being marketed as having near-PS3 graphics, but it is obvious that developer support will play a large role in the graphical prowess of the handheld. What titles can we look forward to? Check the link below for the video and the details.

Sony's NGP Games Trailer in HD (Video)