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Apple adding Do Not Track to next Safari

Apr 14, 2011
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the next version of the Apple operating system, code name Lion, will feature a Do Not Track feature baked...
Posted In: apple, browsers, Chrome, do not track, firefox, Google, mozilla, safari

Latest chapter in Google - Microsoft soap opera

Apr 12, 2011
Will Steve Ballmer recover from amnesia in time to fist fight Larry Page's evil twin atop the water tower?...
Posted In: ballmer, Google, larry page, Microsoft

Google's trivia quiz to make you a better Googler

Apr 12, 2011
So this is kind of neat. The problem with most trivia quizzes is that you can always Google the answer and solve it right away. No fun. Google ...
Posted In: Google, Wikipedia

Amazon offers cheaper ad-supported Kindle

Apr 12, 2011
The new model will cost $114, that's 25 bucks off the current price. It goes on sale May 3rd. The ads will appear as screen savers and as small ba...
Posted In: advertising, Amazon, Google, Kindle

Google gives up on Street View in Germany

Apr 11, 2011
Most of Europe has been pretty litigious with Google in regard to the Street View service. But Germany has arguably been the most quarrelsome,...
Posted In: Europe, Germany, Google, street view

Facebook goes to China

Apr 11, 2011
Facebook will reportedly open a new social networking site in China in collaboration with Baidu, the most popular search engine there. The site...
Posted In: baidu, censorship, China, Facebook, Google

YouTube channels signal a new era where everything changes or nothing at all changes because it turns out the idea was stupid to begin with. Honestly, it's hard to tell with these tech stories sometimes, you know?

Apr 7, 2011
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is working on a major overhaul of YouTube. The site will be redesigned to include channels for topics ...
Posted In: Google, tv, YouTube

Android tosses Shark

Apr 6, 2011
Not a movie. Sadly. Google has removed an application from the music site Grooveshark from the Android Market. Grooveshark lets you post your own...
Posted In: android, apps, copyright, Google, Music

Could Google shoot down lead to a Universal Public Library?

Apr 4, 2011
Miguel Helft in the New York Times has an interesting article today about the possible ramifications of a recent decision against Google. A federal...
Posted In: Books, copyright, Google, Law, library, Web Culture

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