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Watch this year’s US Open Tennis Championships in 3D

08/22/2011, Tennis fans with 3D TVs – you no longer need to spend money purchasing tickets to catch the 2011 US Open. How about watching it from the comfort of your living room instead? The USTA (United States Tennis Association) has announced that it will be...

Save webOS video tribute and plea released

08/22/2011, With HP’s recent decision to stop producing webOS devices and its decision to not license the operating system to other manufacturers, it really looks like webOS as we know it has received the final nail in its coffin. If you’re upset about...

Amazon buys 12 new cloud-video related domain names

08/22/2011, It looks like Amazon is taking up its online streaming video service a notch – as the company has been reported to have purchased a dozen new domain names that are all related to cloud video. While it hasn’t been announced what Amazon plans to do...

83% of Google+ users are inactive [study]

08/19/2011, How many of you have a Google+ account? How many of you actually use it on a daily basis? If you say not often – don’t worry, because you’re not alone. According to recent data compiled by Bime Analytics that performed a voluntary sample of...

Google Maps now shows you the weather

08/19/2011, Weather geeks – good news! You can now find out what the weather is like anywhere in the world, just by using Google Maps. Google has announced that it has updated its Maps service with an additional layer – weather. In addition to seeing what the...

Google+ Hangout lets users watch YouTube videos together

08/19/2011, While Google+ might be just a poor imitation of Facebook to some people, Google is taking steps to differentiate its service by adding features that the other doesn’t have. One new feature that will no doubt be a popular tool amongst friends who...

Blind man sued for illegally downloading porn

08/19/2011, To kick start the end of your working week; we’ve got one of the most interesting lawsuits of late. No it’s not another Apple vs. Android patent fight but rather, it’s a lawsuit from a California porn studio called Imperial Enterprises....

YouTube Music revamped, adds artists’ recommendations

08/19/2011, If you use YouTube Music a lot and if you haven’t already noticed, the website has been revamped in such a way to better serve music videos along with personalized recommendations. Personalized recommendations go a long way when discovering new music,...

Foursquare adds events to check-in locations

08/18/2011, Great news for Foursquare users – the check-in social network has officially announced that users will have a new type of check-in to accomplish. Following in the footsteps of Facebook, Foursquare will now give users the opportunity to check in to...

Magnifier is Google Music’s new music blog service

08/18/2011, There hasn’t been much waves by Google Music these days, much like Google+ there was a frenzy of news surrounding Google’s new music service, but it seems to have died down a bit. Perhaps in an attempt to bring the focus back onto their music service,...

Fridgebook magnets brings Facebook to your kitchen

08/18/2011,   Can’t get enough of Facebook? Well, we’ve got the perfect solution for addicts like you. The folks over at Fridgebook have released a set of magnets that lets you effectively turn your fridge into a Facebook wall. Aptly called...

Angry tweet gets customer kicked out of bar

08/17/2011, In today’s day and age of modern technology, it is important that we all watch what we say – especially if we do it in on a public outlet like Twitter. Just last week we had the case of the rapper, Game, jamming up the Compton police station...

Mozilla wants to get rid of Firefox version numbers

08/17/2011, It looks like Mozilla wants to get rid of the version numbers that you see in the About page in Firefox. Aza Dotzler, the director of Firefox at Mozilla recently told The Inquirer that their long term strategy is to remove the version numbers from the...