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Jumio Netswipe turns your webcam into a credit card reader

07/26/2011, Tired of having to manually enter in your credit card details each time you shop online, but don’t want to resort using auto-complete for privacy issues? Well, the folks over at Junio seem to have a solution for you. Called Netswipe, the service...

Google Books app disappears and reappears on the Apple App Store

07/26/2011, Yesterday the Google Books app mysteriously disappeared from the Apple App Store and now it’s back again. But this time around, it’s been neutered. Just like the eBook apps from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and Kobo, Google Books no longer...

Foursquare announces custom badge program for universities

07/25/2011, Foursquare, one of the largest social check-in services available has just announced new custom badge program for universities that are keen on promoting the use of Foursquare on campus. Foursquare will be relaunching the Foursquare for Universities...

OSCON 2011 – Live Streaming

07/25/2011, Watch live streaming video from oreillyconfs at livestream.com Ubergizmo is a media partner of OSCON 2011 (the O’Reilly Open Source Convention), held in Portland July 25-29, 2011, where open source innovators, builders, and pioneer gather to share their...

Google buys facial-recognition company, Pittpatt

07/25/2011, Previously there have been rumors about Google starting a facial recognition service (which were disputed by Google) but now, it looks like those rumors are about to come true. Pittpatt, a company that specializes in “reliable facial recognition...

iPerform3D lets you learn guitar from the comfort of your own room

07/25/2011, Like a lot of musicians will probably tell you, the best way to pick up an instrument is to get someone better than you to guide you through the process. Unfortunately not everybody knows anybody who can show them the ropes and some people might even be...

Facebook glitch exposes private videos

07/25/2011, Privacy issues are ever rampant on the world’s social network: Facebook. Ever since its launch, people have had problems with the service’s privacy settings and over the weekend, a new problem was discovered by the folks at TechCrunch. This...

Nintendo Video comes to the US

07/22/2011, The video broadcasting service from Nintendo, Nintendo Video, launched in Japan about a week ago, while folks on this side of the world were left waiting for it to arrive. The wait is finally over. In a press release today, Nintendo has officially...

Google user’s account deleted: 7 years of digital life gone

07/22/2011, As wonderful as cloud services might be, we’re always constantly reminded to not use them as our main backup and for a very good reason, as a man named Dylan M. had to find out the hard way. He recently discovered that his Google account was...

Google+ to get their own games via Games Stream

07/22/2011, I’m sure there are plenty of us who constantly get bombarded by app requests from friends and family to play this game or to play that game. At one point in time Farmville, Poker and Mafia Wars invites seemed to occur on a daily basis. It was also...

Kindlegraph looks to introduce ebook signing

07/22/2011, For those of us with favorite authors and books, attending a book signing is one of those rare opportunities where you get to meet your favorite author and tell them how much you love their work, and ask questions such as where did they get their...