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Netflix tests new web UI for kids

08/12/2011, While Netflix is a service that offers video content for people of all ages, it doesn’t exactly have the most user-friendly interface – for people who are young enough to be considered kids. However, it looks like Netflix is attempting to address...

Fruit Ninja Frenzy arriving on Facebook

08/12/2011, Halfbrick’s addictive fruit slicing game made its premiere on the Xbox 360 with the Kinect earlier this week, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to stop there. MTV Multiplayer got the exclusive scoop on the next version of the game, and...

Amazon finally cracking down on spam books

08/12/2011, Remember back in June we reported on the topic of spam books taking over Amazon’s Kindle book store? Well, just in case you forgot, spammers have re-publishing books (both out of copyright and those still under copyright) as their own titles;...

German police use Facebook to help solve crimes

08/12/2011, Who said Facebook was only good for wasting time? According to the latest reports, it looks like the social network is also aiding the police when it comes to solving crimes in the country of Germany. Six months ago, the Hanover police force set up a...

OnLive launching in UK September 22nd

08/11/2011, Gamers who live in the United Kingdom are in for a surprise – in conjunction with the Eurogamer Expo London happening next month, OnLive will finally be launching its cloud gaming service on September 22nd. And as a treat to Eurogamer attendees, OnLive...

Heello: a Twitter clone from TwitPic founder

08/11/2011, Tired of Twitter? Do you feel like starting over in a brand new, unpopulated micro-blogging social network? Well, you now can. The creator of TwitPic has launched his own version of Twitter called Heello (which is strangely difficult to type). And just...

Yahoo! Image Search redesigned and now searches Facebook

08/10/2011, Great news for those of you who use Yahoo! for your searching needs. The search engine has just announced a revamp to its image search. The new image search results page sports a neatly tiled look with each image equally sized. Placing your mouse over the...

Kno Textbooks now on Facebook

08/10/2011, It looks like college students are going to be encouraged to log on to Facebook when they return to their classes this fall. Kno Inc, an education software company has partnered with Facebook to deliver eTextbooks over the internet to students. Students...

Facebook Messenger app now available

08/10/2011, Remember the Facebook Messaging app we covered a couple yesterday? Well, it looks like the app is now available for download. Facebook Messenger gives users a faster way to get in touch with their Facebook friends with the use of a standalone app. Users...

India wants to monitor Google and Skype as well

08/10/2011, After recent reports of the Indian government’s intentions to strong arm RIM into compromising the security of its BlackBerry devices, it looks like the country is leaving no stone unturned. Recent reports state that India is also requesting for the...

[Updated] Anonymous to “kill” Facebook come November 5th?

08/10/2011, Ever needed a reason to make the jump to Google+ permanent and exclusive? Well it seems that the hacker group Anonymous has just declared war on Facebook, claiming that they will “destroy” Facebook come November the 5th, which just so happens to the...

Wal-Mart to stop selling MP3s this month

08/09/2011, Bad news for folks who purchase their MP3s from Wal-Mart. The world’s largest retailer chain will stop its MP3 business by the end of this month, August 29th. The company didn’t give a reason for ending the sales of MP3s other than saying it...

Google prematurely announces Google Search update

08/09/2011, It seems like someone over at Google made a boo boo today. Earlier today, the search engine giant posted on its official mobile blog (click here for the dead link) an announcement for a new version of the Google Search app for Android, and then removed...

RIM’s website gets hacked over London riots

08/09/2011, If you have been following the news regarding the London riots, you’re probably aware that RIM has offered to help the London police by giving them the names of the people who were using BBM during the riots, which helped to organize groups of looters....