Tech News In Brief – 5/25/10
Twitter wants money from businesses and media companies. Those Fail Whale ropes aren’t cheap.
Wal-Mart cuts price of iPhone 3GS to $97 Comes with a built in app for kicking yourself for not waiting for the new iPhone coming out next month.
Engadget looks at the tweets of some actors and decides the new iPhone will definitely have video chat. Which, okay.
Facebook being used by birth parents to track down adopted children. Public profiles being public and all.
AT&T makes Wi-Fi free in Times Square
Firefox add-on lets you remove all mention of Justin Bieber from your internet experience. At last, technology has matured.
Another suicide at Foxconn . Ninth suicide this year.
Facebook privacy controls change tomorrow .
Congress will review Communications Law. Current legislation was established way before the computer was invented.
Stoplights stop your engine. Sure, let’s give the robots control of our cars. What’s the worst that could happen?
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