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Google home page a big colorful mystery

Sep 7, 2010
Have you been to Google today? Then you've noticed that they're running another special logo. The word "Google" is formed by a bunch of colorful...
Posted In: Google

Assange on thin ice at Wikileaks

Sep 7, 2010
Julian Assange has long been the public face and chief spokesperson of Wikileaks. But a recent rape investigation has some in that organization...
Posted In: wikileaks

Snail mail gets interactive

Sep 7, 2010
British stamp enthusiasts should be lining up with their smart phones at Royal Mail post offices by now. The nearly 500-year-old Royal Mail is the...
Posted In: data matrix code, mail, stamps

Google in Pittsburgh signals tech burst

Sep 7, 2010
Google is expanding and hiring. That's hardly worth noting, but before you punch up your resume and start looking for an apartment in Boston or San Jose you should know that the expansion is in Pittsburgh. Mark Nootbaar reports.
Posted In: Internet

Cyber War and Peace?

Sep 7, 2010
A proposal is circulating for a peace treaty for cyberspace, but could a cyber war really happen, and what would it look like?

Heat-seeking gun - the Nerf kind

Sep 6, 2010
This toy version of a heat-seeking machine gun was the brainchild of Rick Prescott. It won MAKE Magazine's Gadget Freak Design contest. Prescott...
Posted In: gun, nerf, office behavior

Talking about Mill Valley

Sep 6, 2010
Before the Bay Area became synonymous with technology, its music scene made it famous. ...
Posted In: Mill Valley

Remember the 40 hour work week?

Sep 6, 2010
In honor of Labor Day, we take a look at how technologies affect our work ethic, and the significance in giving each other our undivided attention.

Verizon brings pay-as-you-go- smartphone plans

Sep 3, 2010
Verizon introduced pay-as-you-go plans for many of the smartphones it offers. With the high cost of smartphone plans, Verizon may open itself to a new market with its lower cost deals.

Want users to tell all??? Have an ugly site.

Sep 3, 2010
The scuzzier-looking the site, the more users may reveal about themselves. That's the finding of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University. They...
Posted In: marketing, privacy, research, web design

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