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. Apple's Financial Call

Though the tech universe is still in shock after Steve Jobs' announcement that he stepping away from Apple for medical reasons, life in Cupertino had to move on. Today, Tim Cook, Jobs' temporary replacement, hosted an investor call to discuss the company's successful holiday season.

Apple Reports Record Breaking $26.7 Billion Quarter

2. All Things Gaming

With the launches of LittleBigPlanet 2 and Mass Effect 2 on the PlayStation 3, the gaming year has officially begun. Will we see more Call of Duty content? What about a new installment in the Final Fantasy series?

Call of Duty: Black Ops DLC Details Emerge
Will Mass Effect 2 Be Better on the PS3?
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Gets Announced For 2011 Release

3. Tablet Madness

With the company's long-overdue webOS event approaching, HP is building up anticipation, saying that us bloggers have not seen the best to come. Meanwhile, the iPad is dominating the market and the Honeycomb-enabled Xoom is nearing release. Who will win the tablet war?

Rumor: webOS Tablet Images Leak Out Prior To Feb. 9th Event
HP Promises Big Things In New Feb. 9th Event Invite
Motorola Xoom Hands-on Video
iPad and Kindle Live in Harmony

4. What's the Deal with Watch Instantly?

It sometimes feels as if Netflix does not have a solid selection of "Watch Instantly" titles. Do you want to know why? Check the link below for all of the details.

How Much Does Netflix Spend On Streaming Content?!?