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Online life after death

Jun 28, 2010
A web service provides you the option of allowing others to know what you want to happen to your digital self after you die.
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Oscar the bionic cat

Jun 25, 2010
Of course we're charmed by Oscar. More on him here. *
Posted In: robots
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Facebook takes on search. A way bigger story than you might realize.

Jun 25, 2010
The seemingly innocuous Like button recently spread from Facebook to sites all over the web as part of Facebook's Open Graph program. You read...
Posted In: bing, Facebook, Google, Yahoo
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Foxconn to outsource dormitories

Jun 25, 2010
This NYT article puts the number of workers in Shenzhen at 420,000, the highest number I've heard so far....
Posted In: China, Foxconn
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Android can kill remotely

Jun 25, 2010
Kill apps that is. The app store for the Android mobile platform identified two apps that it says violated the store's terms of services. They were...
Posted In: Amazon, android, apps
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Finally! There MAY be sex on the internet

Jun 25, 2010
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has given initial approval of a new domain name for pornography sites - .xxx.  This doesn...
Posted In: domains
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Just avoid holding it that way.

Jun 25, 2010
So the new iPhone shows up in stores, people buy it by the zillions, we know this. But as we reported yesterday, there's a bit of a problem when...
Posted In: apple, hubris, iPhone
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Who is this Mark Zuckerberg anyway?

Jun 25, 2010
David Kirkpatrick's new book looks more in depth into the life of the founder of Facebook.
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San Francisco passes law requiring cell phone retailers to disclose SAR (specific absorption rate) of phones

Jun 24, 2010
Our colleagues over at Marketplace covered this on their show last night....
Posted In: Cellphones, Law
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Geolocation, the law, and you

Jun 24, 2010
Geolocation -- letting your computer or phone report where you are online -- is a big trend online right now.

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