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Beatles on iTunes?

Aug 6, 2010
"Don't hold your breath," says Yoko Ono. ...
Posted In: apple, itunes

Amazon releases free games on Kindle

Aug 6, 2010
Because you can't go anywhere anymore without playing video games. Personally, I'd like to see games like Grand Theft Auto on the Kindle. But...
Posted In: Amazon, chaucer, Kindle

Gotta Hunch?

Aug 6, 2010
The website Hunch, instead of assuming it knows your interests, allows you to tell it exactly what you want from the Internet.

Google, Verizon discuss net neutrality

Aug 5, 2010
Reports say Google and Verizon have been trying to hammer out a shared vision of how the future of the Internet should work. Reporter Steve Henn talks with Kai Ryssdal about how a deal could impact consumers and why we should care.
Posted In: Internet

Google Wave is dead. Here are your haiku eulogies.

Aug 5, 2010
We asked our Twitter followers to write eulogies for Google Wave in haiku form. Here are some of what you came up with:...
Posted In: Google, haiku, wave

GPS Glasses!

Aug 5, 2010
Yesterday we talked about some engineers in Austin, Texas who hooked up electrodes to their faces and played Super Mario Bros using only their...
Posted In: glasses, gps

70% of college freshmen are taking a Mac to school

Aug 5, 2010
This is one report from an analyst who recently downgraded Microsoft stock but is a pretty amazing number if true.  The number is up 10% from a...
Posted In: apple, mac, PC, windows, xbox

Companies can use trademarks as Google keywords

Aug 5, 2010
A European court has ruled Google can allow advertisers to use other companies' trademarks as registered keywords in their ads.
Posted In: Internet

Google, Verizon deal could change net neutrality

Aug 5, 2010
A deal between Google and Verizon could set the stage for big companies to pay for the privilege of speeding up delivery of their own content to consumers.
Posted In: Internet

Are Internet apps killing the telephone number?

Aug 5, 2010
Internet apps from Vonage to Skype are making the act of dialing a telephone number obsolete.
Posted In: Internet

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