Monday, September 29, 2008

Bailout Doesn't Pass

Stocks plunged after the House of Representatives failed to pass a bailout proposal aimed at shoring up America's financial services industry.

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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Deletionpedia: where entries too trivial for Wikipedia live

On the Internet, nothing is forgotten, including 60,000+ Wikipedia articles deleted from the site this year. The "Deletionpedia" is a great place to see that list of minor Star Wars bounty hunters, but do we really need to remember everything?

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Official Google 10th Birthday Site

Features a cool interactive timeline that lists major milestones in Google history, as well as all the various birthday logos!

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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Palin's Email Account Hacked (PHOTOS)

The group known as Anonymous, which earlier took on Scientology, has published screenshots of e-mail messages and images that it says came from a private e-mail account belonging to Governor Sarah Palin at The data has been published by WikiLeaks.

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I got this in the mail today from AIG ... seriously [PIC]

If you don’t think this is funny perhaps you need a blood test to check for an irony deficiency.

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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Best Buy to acquire Napster for $121 million

In May, Napster openly challenged Apple's iTunes Store when it launched an a la carte download service filled with DRM-free tracks that are compatible with both the iPod and iPhone. The service offered 6 million songs and was billed as "more than 50 percent larger than any other MP3 store" and not only the "largest major label MP3 catalog in the in

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Websites We Visit: How They Looked 10 Years Ago

Here are some of the top tiers brand in the technology industry with their website on the Internet for more than a decade. Let’s take a look how their website looks like 10 years ago, comparing with that they have now. Full list after jump.

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History of the Rick Roll

Rickrolling is an Internet meme involving the music video for the 1987 Rick Astley song "Never Gonna Give You Up". The meme is a bait and switch: a person provides a Web link they claim is relevant to the topic at hand, but the link actually takes the user to the Astley video. The URL can be masked or obfuscated in some manner.

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Monday, September 08, 2008

Mozilla Updates Firefox 3.1 With Lot More Goodies

Mozilla Corp. on Friday launched the second alpha of Firefox 3.1,adding new video support and boosting the speed of some JavaScript computations.Firefox 3.1 Alpha 2, code named "Shiretoko," will be the last in a short series of alpha editions; Mozilla has set a late-September code freeze for Beta 1, & will be available for the general public in Oct

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Sunday, September 07, 2008

Saturday, September 06, 2008

On iTunes 8 and hunches; also iPhone 2.1 for Tuesday

We have received word that iTunes 8 is finally confirmed for Tuesday's special event, and that it's also expected that iPhone 2.1 will land as well with some hidden features we don't know about.

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Friday, September 05, 2008

iPhone Might Be Able To Replace All Your Remotes

The iPhone makes for a great universal touchscreen remote for everything from your AC to your living room blinds to your music collection.

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First Bill Gates + Jerry Seinfeld Microsof Ad Makes No Sense

Besides the slick and probably expensive editing designed to make Jerry Seinfeld look like the more awkward of the pair, there's not a whole lot of special effects in this clip. In fact, there's not really a whole lot of anything, including laughs, info or pimping of Vista. It's kinda like Seinfeld's really long, really rambling Amex Superman ad

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Wednesday, September 03, 2008

FlashlightDVR (Not Real DVR) portable flashlight

The Swann FlashlightDVR™ is a heavy duty, real working flashlight that also allows you to record video and take photos during the day or at night. Featuring strong aluminum construction the has 128MB of built-in memory and supports mini-SD cards up to 2GB Monitoring & recording concealed in a portable flashlight

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Monday, September 01, 2008

Google Chrome, a browser by Google

This had been rumored for some time but now it's official -- Google is working on their own (open source) browser."Comic book" surfaces on the Web that introduces a browser called Google Chrome and names several Google developers.

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