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Google tries to get peoples' attention. It works.

Yesterday, the Google.com page was all these crazy bouncing balls. Today it's white lettering that fills in color letter by letter when you type...
Posted In: Google
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Talking about Mill Valley

Before the Bay Area became synonymous with technology, its music scene made it famous. ...
Posted In: Mill Valley
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Cybercriminals, watch out!

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
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Apple takes a byte out of Amazon's margins

Amazon is already reacting to the creation of Apple's new streaming TV service and set-top box....
Posted In: Amazon, apple, tv
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Tag your tots: RFID chips for preschoolers

By Steve Henn...
Posted In: children, Education, privacy, RFID
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Apple Announcement Rumors: Music to Our Ears

With Apple all set to make several announcements tomorrow about its music services and product line, the rumor mill is kicking into overdrive. S...
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Blockbuster bust?

No more evenings wandering around Blockbuster amidst popcorn-y carpet smells and confusion about which recent movies are worth taking home. The...
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Growing number of people 50+ use social media

We tend to think the people on Facebook are young, college-aged and writing about last night's party.  Those people are indeed there.  But, there...
Posted In: Facebook, social media, Twitter
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What Gmail Voice will give Google

Everybody's talking about the new service Google rolled out yesterday - making voice calls through Gmail.  Wired's Ryan Single has an...
Posted In: Gmail, Google, phone calls, search
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What helium means in a world of screens

Nobel laureate and Cornell University physics professor Robert Richardson has a warning about helium.  The world is running out of it. And that...
Posted In: helium

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