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Toss out your wallet, keep your phone

Aug 3, 2010
Wireless carriers are beginning to experiment with technology that would make financial transactions using only your phone possible.

A real time tour of the world's spam producers

Aug 2, 2010
Postini, a company acquired by Google, used the Goog's mapping service to create this sprawling interactive map of who's producing the spam around...
Posted In: Google, spam

NEWS FLASH: People spend a lot of time dinking around on the internet and not accomplishing much.

Aug 2, 2010
According to Nielsen, a third of our time online is spent with social media, blogs, and games. The figure is up from 25% of our time a year ago....
Posted In: Internet, kelly clarkson

Latest developments in Guy Who Says He Owns Facebook case

Aug 2, 2010
If you really want to know them. ...
Posted In: Facebook

United Arab Emirates to blackout Blackberry starting in October

Aug 2, 2010
As the New York Times reports, the issue here is with the highly complex encryption used by Blackberry maker Research In Motion. The encryption...
Posted In: Blackberry

What will be search for tomorrow?

Aug 2, 2010
Google has become synonymous with internet searching, but it might not always be. Others -- including Facebook -- are taking approaches to get in on the search field.

New York Subways to have wi-fi, cell service

Jul 30, 2010
…rats, overwhelming smell of urine to remain in place. ...
Posted In: cell phone, wifi

Can 'free' online games make money?

Jul 30, 2010
American video game companies often charge a monthly for their online games. But they're starting to adopt the business tactic of their Asian counterparts: Let them play for free, but charge for the virtual weapons and outfits.

The new LPad is here!

Jul 30, 2010
That's not a typo. The LPad is a knockoff of the iPad made by the Chinese company TESO. Best of all, it can run on the "Andriod" operating system...
Posted In: android, iPad