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20% of Americans use the internet on their phones while driving

03/03/2011, If driving and talking on the phone or texting wasn’t bad enough, it looks like American drivers have got another danger to worry about – drivers who log on to social networks while driving. According to a survey by US insurance company, State...

Group chatting to come to Facebook?

03/01/2011, Group messaging service for iOS, Beluga, has recently been bought over by Facebook according to the latest reports online. The social network has now taken over the app and the team behind it. Facebook plans to keep the service operational, at least for...

Twitter offers enough reading material to last a lifetime

03/01/2011, How long do you think it would take for one person to read 24 hours worth of Tweets? Well, according to a report from Death and Taxes magazine, it would take 10 years to read 24 hours worth of tweets if you spend an average of about 6.6 seconds to finish...

AboutOne: Family and Household Management Application

02/28/2011, [DEMO 2011] AboutOne.com allows busy people to manage their family activities, memories and finances under one roof. The press release states that AboutOne si geared towards moms but I can imagine dads could use it, just like moms, they have a family to...

Facebook to get rid of the Share button

02/28/2011, Facebook has announced that they will be slowly phasing out the Share button – so in the future if you’d like to share articles, you would have to Like it instead. At the moment, when you Like something, it only shows up as a single line on your...

SwimBrowser lets you swim on the internet with the Kinect

02/23/2011, Since the Kinect has been hacked to do pretty much anything, it’s no surprise when we tell you that it can been used to surf the web as well. A developer named David Stolarsky managed to create a browser that relies on the Kinect for input on how to...

Microsoft Bing gets more personal

02/10/2011, Microsoft is now serving personalized search results for users of their Bing search engine. What was only limited to a select few testers previously, is now available for everybody. The search results are being tweaked based on user’s web location,...

Android Market web store launched

02/02/2011, At the Android-themed event today, Google gave the world an in-depth look at Honeycomb (Android 3.0) and its features. After the Honeycomb presentation, they had something else in store for the crowd – the launching of the Android Market web store....

Facebook to improve site security

01/26/2011, In a recent announcement on the Facebook blog, the world’s most popular social network will be taking some steps to beef up its security for the benefit of its users. In the coming future, users will be able to encrypt their sessions spent logged in...

27% of Americans use Facebook in the bathroom

01/20/2011, According to a study done by an Atlanta-based media firm – 27% of Americans use Facebook in the bathroom. Shocking? No, not really. Ever since we’ve had cellphones and things to do on them, people have been finding other things to look at besides...

Skype downtime clarified – problem with supernodes

12/23/2010, For those of you who are affected by Skype’s downtime, fret not, help is on the way. According to a blog post on the official Skype blog, Peter Parkes, Skype’s blogger-in-chief announced that the downtime is caused by their supernodes going...

Boxee Box Review

11/23/2010, The Boxee has been built with a simple goal in mind. Its creators say that “a lot of your favorite shows and movies are already available on the Internet. Boxee is a device that finds them and puts them on your TV. It’s easy to use and even...