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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

You can go into suborbital space and all it will cost you is too much money!

Jul 30, 2010
A company called XCOR Aerospace wants to be the Jet Blue of space travel. They're offering four days of training followed by suborbital space...
Posted In: space

Is your mobile phone a blabbermouth?

Jul 30, 2010
Mobile computing may be putting the phone user's personal data at risk.

Bezos says Hemingway doesn't need embedded video

Jul 29, 2010
That's why there's no video or audio capability for the new super cheap Kindle, according to Jeff Bezos who runs/is Of course, there IS...
Posted In: Amazon, iPad, Kindle

YouTube grants continued fame to Warhol's off-handed statement about the impossibility of continued fame.

Jul 29, 2010
Joke's on you, Andy! Because now that YouTube has extended the maximum length of videos to 15 minutes, we get New York Times headline writers who...
Posted In: andy warhol, David Bowie, Google, video, YouTube

Amazon and Facebook get chummy

Jul 29, 2010
Shopping and friending, friending and shopping.
Posted In: Amazon, Facebook

Zombie cookies?

Jul 29, 2010
Zombie cookies!