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Samsung Chromebook bill of materials costs $322

06/13/2011, If you’ve wondered about the profit that Samsung makes for selling each one of their Chromebooks, you have to wonder no more. According to the folks over at iSuppli, who gave the Samsung 3G Chromebook a tear down, it costs $322 to obtain the parts...

Woman tattoos 150 Facebook friends onto her arm

06/13/2011, Update: that was too crazy to be true. This was in fact, a hoax. Looking for something trendy to put on the canvas that is your arm? How about getting a “social tattoo” for yourself? An unnamed woman was recently reported to have gotten one of...

Facebook continues world domination

06/13/2011, You may know that Facebook is the world’s most popular social network – but how popular is it exactly? 500 million active users and Facebook the service translated into over 70 different languages sure sounds like a big deal, but how does it look...

Apple sued over iCloud name

06/13/2011, While Apple has been busy suing Amazon for the use of “Appstore” in its name, it looks like Apple is now the ones on the receiving end of a lawsuit over a name. A company from Phoenix, Arizona has just filed a complaint against the Cupertino...

Spotify one step closer to arriving in the US?

06/11/2011, With all the major cloud music services on the table, the one remaining cloud service that hasn’t been able to cross over to the US has been pretty quiet about its moves. Well, according to the latest reports from All Things D, it looks like the...

Facebook testing “Happening Now” sidebar

06/10/2011, As Facebook continues on its path of internet domination, it is gradually giving users even more reasons not to leave the website. Its latest move? The introduction of the “Happening Now” sidebar. Similar to a Twitter timeline, the Happening...

Lulz Security takes down the bad guys

06/10/2011, Instead of taking down the good guys this time around, Lulz Security has focused their efforts on taking down an Islamist extremism website, AlJahad.com. Lulz Security mentioned on its Twitter feed that it has successfully managed to bring down the...

Google Documents discussions gains some improvements

06/09/2011, Google introduced the discussions feature to Google Docs not too long ago, and recently they’ve managed to update it with some new features to make it even more useful. The discussion pane has now been improved, which makes it easier to figure out...

Google Les Paul Doodle is a hit

06/09/2011, Normally we’re not one to report on Google Doodles, but the latest one that was unveiled yesterday has been proven to be too much of a hit to ignore. As of now, the doodle has spawned around 4,000 recordings on YouTube alone. And due to popular...

Google Chrome with Touch UI revealed in pictures

06/09/2011, Despite affirmations from Google about how Chrome OS is designed for notebooks (better known as Chromebooks), more evidence that they’re taking the operating system into a tablet-friendly market has surfaced. The folks over at Chrome Story stumbled...

Citi hacked, 210k North American customers affected

06/09/2011, High-profile hacks have become somewhat of a common-thing in recent months, with Sony taking a huge brunt of the attacks. Just today it’s been reported that another large corporation has been infiltrated by an unknown group of hackers. Citibank has...

Bing for Mobile browsers updated

06/08/2011, Fans of Bing on their mobile phones will be pleased to know that the Bing team has updated the mobile version of Bing to include some useful new features on the service. The new features are: Share on Facebook, Maps/List Split View, News and Search...

Google Chrome 12 released

06/08/2011, The latest version of Google’s web browser, Google Chrome has finally graduated from the beta channel into the stable channel and has been pushed out to Chrome users all over the world. Google has announced its release on the official blog, and...

Automatic link shortening reintroduced on Twitter

06/08/2011, Folks who are tired of having to launch an automatic link shortener each time they post on a link on Twitter, will be glad to know that Twitter has reintroduced its link shortening feature on the service. The feature was around back on the old Twitter but...