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Motorola Droid Pro wants to eat BlackBerry's lunch

Oct 6, 2010
As BlackBerry flails somewhat in trying to capture a share of the consumer smartphone market, at least it has had business customers to fall back...
Posted In: android, Blackberry, business, gadgets

New Sony Google TV remote is a horrifying nightmare

Oct 6, 2010
Viewers of ABC's Nightline got a quick glimpse of a remote that Sony is preparing to go along with the new Google TV. And holy mackerel it looks...
Posted In: Google, search, tv

Facebook event today

Oct 6, 2010
According to Tech Crunch, a redesign of the page layouts is at least part of what's going on. From the screen shots they show it doesn't look like...
Posted In: Facebook, social media

Stepping inside Microsoft's retail stores

Oct 6, 2010
Microsoft is about to open its fifth and biggest retail store directly across from the Apple store at the Mall of America in Minnesota. It's Microsoft's boldest attempt to compete with Apple. Alisa Roth reports on Microsoft's year-old move into retail.

Netflix adds video out capability to iPhone and iPod Touch apps

Oct 5, 2010
It only works with the iPhone 4 and 4th generation iPod Touch but if you have those, hooray, you can hook up your gizmo to your TV and pow you're...
Posted In: Entertainment, gadgets

D.C. electronic voting system attacked by Wolverines!

Oct 5, 2010
Imagine you're in charge of a new electronic voting system in Washington, D.C. You're confident that it's secure so you challenge hackers of the...
Posted In: gadgets, government, privacy

Foursquare goes down for 15 hours

Oct 5, 2010
You may have noticed the world plunged into chaos and all governments collapsed because for 15 hours, NO ONE KNEW WHERE ANYONE ELSE WAS. Fake...
Posted In: Entertainment, geolocation, search, social media, Web Culture

Computer teaches itself

Oct 5, 2010
Great. Juuuuust great. Have we learned nothing from Blade Runner? Battlestar Galactica? Terminator? Apparently not. A computer in a basement at...

Tony Curtis was buried with his iPhone

Oct 5, 2010
This according to his family. I have many jokes I can make, none of them appropriate or respectful.
Posted In: Entertainment, gadgets, Web Culture

Steven Johnson's 'Where Good Ideas Come From'

Oct 5, 2010
Here's a thought: What if all that time you waste on social networking websites isn't a waste of time at all? What if tweeting your tweets on Twitter and facebooking with your fake friends on Facebook is actually a path toward finding the next big idea, the next breakthrough A-ha(!) moment of your life? We talk to author Steven Johnson. His new book Where Good Ideas Come From argues that we may be more likely to have our breakthrough on social networks than sitting alone at a desk.