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Occupy HTML wants Flash to stick around

11/23/2011, A couple of days ago we reported about Occupy Flash – a group that wants to get rid of Flash from all web browsers. And now, it looks like they have an opposition in the form of another movement called “Occupy HTML”. But unlike Occupy Flash...

YouTube now rents out Disney movies

11/23/2011, While Disney seems to be losing its flair for making memorable movies recently, its older movies will forever stay gold and remain a part of many childhood memories. If you’re one of those people who grew up with Disney cartoons, you’ll be...

Google service-cleanup updates

11/22/2011, Earlier this year Google announced the shutting down of many of its services, and already started doing it. Well, today the company reported on the progress of the clean up, letting us know how it’s been coming along. Google Bookmarks List – an...

YouTube HTML5 player gets improvements

11/22/2011, YouTube’s HTML5 player has been around for quite some time now, but it’s still in its trial mode, with the player missing a number of features that are only present in the Flash player. Well it looks like the gap between the two players is...

Google Search for iPad updated

11/21/2011, Google has just announced the release of an updated version of Google Search app for the iPad. The app gets a user interface overhaul, which makes it more interactive, more visual and efficient for searching. First of all, the speed of the app has...

Amazon offering Prime subscribers $1 MP3 credit for no-rush shipping

11/21/2011, Hey Amazon Prime subscribers, if you’re really in no rush to receive the goods that you’ve just ordered on Amazon, it seems that the company is now offering a promotion where if you were to opt for a slower shipping method, $1 would be credited to you...

Google+ makes tagging photographs easier

11/18/2011, If you’ve got tons of photographs uploaded on your Google+ account and wish you had Facebook’s facial detection feature to make life easier when it comes to tagging photographs, you’re in luck. Google has started rolling out a new...

Is SOPA supported by Apple, Microsoft and others?

11/18/2011, Yesterday, we’ve posted a 5mn introduction to Stop Online Piracy Act (aka SOPA) proposed law, that is being debated right now. If signed into law, SOPA could let anyone sue -and shutdown- a site like YouTube because one user uploaded some illegal...

Protect-IP law, the 5mn video overview [must watch]

11/17/2011, There’s a new Internet law called PROTECT-IP that is about to be voted in Congress,  and you need to pay attention to it. PROTECT-IP stands for “Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of...

Decide.com Price Predictions Service Launches iPhone App

11/16/2011, Launched in Summer 2011, Decide.com is a shopping service that predicts when to buy consumer electronics by showing to consumers when the price of a particular product will be the cheapest. According to Michael Paulson, VP Product and Marketing, Decide,...

Google Launches Google Music

11/16/2011, Google Music was in private beta since Google I/O when the search giant first announced it. Google has spent all the summer learning from the Google Music beta. Today Google Music is open to the general public in the USA. According to the company,...

Microsoft Socl social network revealed

11/16/2011, Quite a few months ago, Tulalip (Microsoft’s social network) leaked online and was taken offline quickly, but not before people caught a glimpse of it. Well, this week the folks over at The Verge managed to get an early look at the service and it...

Myxer now available on iOS

11/16/2011, Remember Myxer, the social radio service that allows friends to share and enjoy music together? Well, the company has recently announced the availability of its iOS app, bringing the music sharing service to the mobile world. The app works with Facebook...