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Firefox 4 to launch next week

Mar 18, 2011
Suddenly the browser wars are just flat blowing up. Google released its latest version of Chrome last week. This week saw the release of Internet...
Posted In: Chrome, firefox, gadgets, Google, internet explorer, Microsoft, mozilla, search, Web Culture

Facebook and "the right to be forgotten"

Mar 17, 2011
A new law being sought by the European Union would demand that websites permanently delete all data held about a user if that user requests that...
Posted In: business, EU, European Union, Facebook, Google, privacy, social media, Web Culture

LA Times switches to Facebook comments

Mar 16, 2011
The paper is just the latest major web presence to abandon its own commenting system in favor of just importing commenting functionality from Face...
Posted In: business, comments, Facebook, newspapers, social media, Web Culture

Netflix may acquire House Of Cards

Mar 16, 2011
Geez, that doesn't sound very promising, does it? But this isn't a metaphor, it's a TV show called House Of Cards with some pretty big names behind...
Posted In: Entertainment, netflix, Web Culture

HP goes to the cloud

Mar 15, 2011
HP CEO Leo Apotheker made his first real big vision statement since taking over the company and said the future of HP is in cloud based services. ...
Posted In: business, cloud, Hp, Web Culture

Microsoft launches IE9

Mar 15, 2011
Microsoft formally announced the browser that has been kicking around in test versions for a year now. Internet Explorer 9 began rolling live last...
Posted In: business, internet explorer, Microsoft, Web Culture

Rewardville

Mar 15, 2011
I'm not sure where the president of Zynga lives but I assume it's on a skull shaped island somewhere with a massive laser cannon and mind control ...
Posted In: Entertainment, farmville, games, skull shaped island, Web Culture, zynga

Google social network to launch in May, I guess

Mar 14, 2011
There was a flurry of rumors over the weekend that Google would launch a social networking service called Google Circles at SxSW. The company...
Posted In: business, Facebook, Google, search, social media, Web Culture

Console games are dead

Mar 14, 2011
Says guy with a vested interest in console games dying. Peter Vesterbacka is the founder and CEO of Rovio, the company that made the ridiculously...
Posted In: angry birds, Entertainment, games, Web Culture

Twitter makes life harder for app developers

Mar 14, 2011
Twitter has notified developers who build on the Twitter platform that they can't emulate the timeline function of Twitter since they would then...
Posted In: apps, business, Twitter, Web Culture

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