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How are you using technology to shop this year?

Nov 19, 2010
For our day after Thanksgiving show we want to hear from you. Even if you're not one of the hard-charging doorbuster shoppers in line for the big...
Posted In: business, Internet, Web Culture

COICA gets out of committee

Nov 18, 2010
The Senate Judiciary Committee has passed the Combating Online Infringement and Copyright Act. The bill would allow the US Attorney General to go...
Posted In: Amazon, business, COICA, Congress, ebay, Google, Law, Web Culture, Wikipedia, Yahoo

Twitter founder complains about Facebook

Nov 18, 2010
Ev Williams who helped start Twitter says he continues to be frustrated that Facebook won't let users share data more easily. For instance, you can...
Posted In: business, Facebook, Google, search, social media, Twitter, Web Culture

Hulu Plus offers a minus

Nov 17, 2010
Of two dollars that is!...
Posted In: Entertainment, google tv, hulu, netflix, Web Culture

Meanwhile in an alternate dimension, the anti-Facebook

Nov 15, 2010
It's called Path and it's a new social network with a couple of very big differences to Facebook. First, it's more of a photo sharing service than...
Posted In: 50 eggs, path, social media, Web Culture

UPDATED: Facebook to launch email service, would you use it?

Nov 15, 2010
By all accounts, Facebook is rolling out an email service. It's pretty much the most-leaked Facebook announcement I've ever seen, actually, so I'...
Posted In: email, Facebook, social media, Web Culture

"WE WILL OWN YOU" - Facebook (predictive paraphrase)

Nov 12, 2010
You'll be able to give out your email as name@facebook.com....
Posted In: aol, business, email, Facebook, Gmail, Google, Microsoft, office, social media, Web Culture, Yahoo

Google Me doesn't exist

Nov 11, 2010
For months, a big play by Google in the social media sphere has been talked about. Supposedly they were cooking up something to compete against...
Posted In: business, facetime, Google, search, social media, Web Culture

The Dallas Cowboys lose on field, in the IT office

Nov 10, 2010
I know we have double geeking going on with public radio and tech here but for a moment, let's talk football. The Dallas Cowboys are in the midst...
Posted In: dallas cowboys, Entertainment, NFL, search, Web Culture

Websites ditch cookies

Nov 9, 2010
The Wall Street Journal reports on the move of major websites to get rid of technologies that track users, like cookies. MSNBC, The Huffington Post...
Posted In: cookies, Entertainment, i don't like you all the time, privacy, search, security, Web Culture

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