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Wasn't following him before, probably gonna now

Jun 3, 2010
Gizmodo points out that the Prime Minister of Japan resigned and then headed straight to Twitter where he asked people to keep following him:...
Posted In: sadness, Twitter

Fake BP Twitterer sort of comes forward

Jun 3, 2010
Boy, there are a lot of wiggly words in that headline. Such are the times we live in. The Twitter account @BPGlobalPR has well over 100,000...
Posted In: Twitter

Tech News In Brief - 6/2/10

Jun 3, 2010
The Skype 3G app for iPhone is hugely popular. Free calls! Free calls! Until next year!Umpire's blown call ruins pitcher's perfect game. Call out...
Posted In: baseball, China, Facebook, iPhone, robots, skype

Developers still appreciate apps, despite complaints

Jun 3, 2010
Apps will be the focal point of Apple's World Wide Developers conference this Monday, and some developers are struggling with the technology.

Making sense of the oil spill

Jun 3, 2010
The internet has given us more expansive ways of looking at the oil spill -- we're getting more information than ever, but it might be too much.

Social-shopping sites high in data value

Jun 2, 2010
Nowadays when you want to show off your purchases, the thing to do is go online. It's called "social shopping," and websites where consumers can post their latest buys are popping up all over. Sally Herships reports.
Posted In: Internet, Retail

Will others follow AT&T data limit plan?

Jun 2, 2010
AT&T says it is eliminating its unlimited data plan starting next week, which means new iPhone and iPad users will have to limit their usage or pay for extra data. Jeff Horwich reports.
Posted In: Internet

Deepwater Horizon spill resources

Jun 2, 2010
We're putting together a show for tomorrow morning about how to get the best information online about the oil spill. This post will be updated...

Tech News In Brief - 6/2/10

Jun 2, 2010
Tethering comes to the iPhone. But it's not free. ...
Posted In: apple, at&t, Google, iPad, iPhone, robots

Where are books going?

Jun 2, 2010
Apple is pushing its iPad as an e-book reader, while Amazon looks to possibly release a new version of the Kindle by the end of summer.

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