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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...

Firefox for Android updated

08/17/2011, While Mozilla has been praised for creating one of the most popular web browsers for desktop computers, it hasn’t been doing too well on the mobile front, with many critics and users unhappy with the Firefox browser for Android. The app was said to...

Facebook to stream first match of FA Cup live

08/17/2011, Soccer fans who don’t have a TV to watch live matches on TV will be glad to know that they have a new outlet to get their fix of the game – Facebook. And no, I’m not talking about some online football game or live score app – Facebook has...

ParkingAuction lets you sell your parking spot

08/16/2011, Let’s face it, there are times when circulating the mall’s car park looking for an empty spot can turn into a long and drawn out affair, lasting for a good 20-30 minutes, at which point you just want to call it a day and head home. According to a...

Facebook wants to put an end to anonymity

08/16/2011, At  a presentation hosted by Marie Claire magazine about cyber-bullying and social media today, Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook’s creator), she stated that Facebook might be forcing everyone to use their real names on their...

Game could face criminal charges over a Tweet

08/15/2011, A rapper named Game (formerly known as The Game), could be in trouble over a Tweet that he sent out last Friday – which caused the Compton police station’s hotline to jam up. Game had allegedly sent out a tweet to his 580,000 followers saying that...

Adobe Muse changes the way users create websites

08/15/2011, If you’re into website design and your work well with Adobe’s graphic tools, you’re going to love Adobe’s upcoming software –Muse (at least that’s its code name for now). Adobe has just released the public beta of its next...

Firefox 6 available for download now

08/14/2011, Some of you might be asking yourselves, “Is there a new version of Firefox already?” Well, yes there is! For those of you groaning about having to perform another update – well I think you can skip this post. But for those of you looking...

Mozilla Firefox to automatically block unwanted add-ons

08/12/2011, Don’t you hate it when you install a program, and it unknowingly installs a browser add-on in your browser for you even though you didn’t select the option to? (Skype, I’m looking at you). Well if you’re a Firefox user, we’ve...

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;...