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Verizon brings pay-as-you-go- smartphone plans

Sep 3, 2010
Verizon introduced pay-as-you-go plans for many of the smartphones it offers. With the high cost of smartphone plans, Verizon may open itself to a new market with its lower cost deals.

Want users to tell all??? Have an ugly site.

Sep 3, 2010
The scuzzier-looking the site, the more users may reveal about themselves. That's the finding of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University. They...
Posted In: marketing, privacy, research, web design

Cybercriminals, watch out!

Sep 3, 2010
Symantec's Norton division is all about protecting us from computer viruses. Now they're going viral, too, with this guy....
Posted In: cybercrime, hacking, rap, symantec, viral marketing

Aging Out of Employment

Sep 3, 2010
The unemployment rate in Silicon Valley is grim, and even worse for older engineers.

Apple takes a byte out of Amazon's margins

Sep 2, 2010
Amazon is already reacting to the creation of Apple's new streaming TV service and set-top box....
Posted In: Amazon, apple, tv

Microsoft hoping for mobile mojo

Sep 2, 2010
Microsoft is released its latest mobile phone software to cell phone manufactures today....
Posted In: Microsoft, mobile, smartphones, Windows 7

The FDA elbows into the app store

Sep 2, 2010
This is my heart beat....
Posted In: apple, apps, medicine

Apple's in the Garden

Sep 2, 2010
With the announcement of Apple's new social networking tool Ping, we look into the "walled gardens" the company is creating, and how they may be harmful for web users.

Get a (second) life

Sep 1, 2010
A Japanese seaside resort is teaming up with Konomi Digital Entertainment to create a vacation getaway for young men and their virtual girlfriends....
Posted In: augmented reality, Japan, love, video game, virtual reality

Tag your tots: RFID chips for preschoolers

Sep 1, 2010
By Steve Henn...
Posted In: children, Education, privacy, RFID

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