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REEM-H2, the humanoid service robot

03/18/2011, The REEM-H2, a humanoid robot that made its debut at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Complex awhile ago will be a lot more common in the future. After being impressed with its performance, the United Arab Emirates has ordered another twenty units that...

Facebook to offer Groupon-style deals to its users

03/14/2011, After having some success with location-based deals with their Places feature, it looks like Facebook has plans to expand their discount/promo service to being more than just for check-ins. It has been reported that Facebook plans to test a...

Go800 lets you make calls using Twitter handles

03/08/2011, Even though we live in a world with such advanced technology that allows us to easily make free calls over the internet, one thing hasn’t gotten easier though – the memorization of phone numbers. It’s great that we have phones to store...

Spotify to arrive in the US very soon

02/23/2011, According to Reuters, Spotify have been reported to be only “a few weeks away” from closing a deal with Universal Music Group – the world’s largest music company. Once complete, the deal will allow the service to launch in the US, even...

PlayOn now supports Android

02/17/2011, PlayOn, the video streaming service from MediaMall Technologies is now officially supported on Android devices. The service that lets you stream content from Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand, TBS, CBS, PBS, CNN, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, Adult...

Google gets into the subscription game with “One Pass”

02/16/2011, Google has just announced the launch of a new web subscription model for publishers looking to distribute their content online. Called Google One Pass, this model allows users to have a single username and login for on subscription to access the content...

Spotify hitting the States soon?

02/08/2011, According to a report on All Things D, Spotify will be making its way to our shores very soon. The music streaming service that’s been available in Europe for quite some time was been made available for a select group of users in the US for...

T-Mobile attempts to prevent road accidents

01/21/2011, One of the most common causes of car accidents is the usage of the phone while driving. People who text and/or talk on the phone while handling the steering wheel, often find themselves in a situation they don’t want to be in, and T-Mobile has...