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80 Year Old Grandmother Wants 80,000 Twitter Followers

04/27/2012, Josephine Lamberti is a soon-to-be 80 year old grandmother who was introduced to the world of Twitter by her grandson, 24 year old Donny Brandefine. She is known as Josie Dimples a.ka J-Dimps and tweeted, “I’m 80 years old and I want 80,000 followers...

London Olympics: Don’t Share What You See

04/27/2012, An announcement with regards to the London Olympics was made by the organizers which said that visitors who attend the global sporting event are not allowed to take pictures or videos of the proceedings. It even stated that ticket-holders are not allowed...

Study: Nokia Has Earned More from iPhone Than Lumia Sales

04/27/2012, After Microsoft was found to be making more from licensing its patents out to Android device manufacturer than selling its own Windows Phones now it seems that Nokia is also earning more from doing the same thing with Apple for its iPhone than selling its...

The Onion Browser Brings Encrypted Browsing to iOS

04/27/2012, To all of you who cannot stand the fact about your online activity being traceable by other people or organizations, there is now an application that can help you with that. The Onion Browser is a Universal iOS web browser which connects to the Tor...

Auto Uploading Photos for Dropbox on PC and Mac

04/27/2012, The cloud-storage service, Dropbox recently revealed several improvements and new features like the action bar and photo viewer to their apps.  The feature most significant to this article is the ability to auto import photos and videos to a Dropbox...

WordPress Deems it’s Like Button a Success

04/27/2012, For many of us, the “Like” button is mostly associated with Facebook but two years ago WordPress.com decided to take the plunge and launched its own “Like” button system. The button effectively allowed readers to like a post that they are...

Google invests $300 million for a new data center in Iowa

04/26/2012, It was well over three years ago when Google invested a whopping $600 million in a data center located in Iowa to support its services – Gmail, Maps, and Search. The data center proved to be a great investment for the California-based giant,...

NFL Draft Picks Hangout on Google+

04/26/2012, In yet another effort to stay relevant under the massive shadow of Facebook, Google’s social-networking website has added another endeavor to our list of things to focus on. Google has arranged for the two expected top NFL picks in this year’s draft...

US Marine Discharged For Criticizing Obama on Facebook

04/26/2012, A Sergeant in the US Marines called Gary Stein has been discharged of his duties by the Pentagon after he allegedly posted up criticism of President Barack Obama on his Facebook page. On March 1st Stein wrote on a friend’s Facebook page, “Screw Obama...

Samsung: No point in waiting to launch a product

04/26/2012, In an interview with TechRadar, Simon Stanford who is Samsung’s VP of telecommunications and networks for UK and Ireland said that timing launches around industry events isn’t always the most efficient strategy. “Traditionally, the industry works in...

Mom takes to Facebook to discipline her daughter

04/26/2012, Methods of parenting have certainly evolved over time, and with technology creeping into everyday aspects of our lives, one mother has decided to punish her daughter’s bad behavior by logging onto her 13-year old daughter’s Facebook page, changing her...

FaceVault: A Taste of ICS feature Face Unlock on iOS Devices

04/25/2012, If you are one the iOS users who always thought that the Face Unlock feature on Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich was pretty cool, you can stop secretly harboring that admiration. An iOS developer named Robert Neagu has managed to come up with a similar...

Judge Rules that Tweets are Permissible in Court

04/25/2012, On Monday, a New York judge made a ruling that warrants were not needed to subpoena a Twitter account since the information is shared publicly through a third-party service. Occupy Wall Street protestor Malcolm Harris found out about his account being...