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Google now offers in-app payments for web apps

07/21/2011, Web apps for Google Chrome were introduced earlier this year with the release of Google Chrome 9, and since then it’s been proven to be quite a hit. Who would’ve thought that apps that run in a browser could generate so much attention? Well,...

15-year old boy in trouble for file sharing

07/20/2011, When most of you were 15-year old kids, the last thing on your mind would probably be spending time in a courtroom for breaking the law because you were caught downloading movies. Well, that’s what a 15-year old boy from Gothenburg, Sweden is going...

Google+ ads on Facebook banned

07/19/2011, Many years from now, when your kids have all grown up and shipped off to university, keeping in touch with you with the spawn of Twitter, you will be chatting with the rest of your mates about how the social networking landscape was like two decades ago....

UltraViolet is a cloud system for movies

07/19/2011, Music and movie piracy have been running rampant for the past decade or so, and despite various attempts by record labels and movie studios to put a stop to them, nothing has really caught on just yet. That may change with Apple’s iTunes for the cloud...

BookLamp introduces the “Pandora.com for books”

07/19/2011, Music lovers should be familiar with Pandora’s music service, which works by recommending songs to the listener based on what the user has listened to in the past, and users will be able to help refine the recommendations by providing positive or...

LulzSec is back and hacks into The Sun’s website

07/19/2011, We had initially thought that the hacker group LulzSec had decided to hang up their hats and call it a day, as they had publically announced they would do so via their Twitter account. Well it looks like they might be back for just one last hack and this...

WeatherTrends360 lets you plan trips a year in advance

07/18/2011, If weekly weather predictions aren’t enough for you and you want to look further ahead, say months or even up to a year in advance – the local news won’t cut it sometimes. Weather Trends International (WTI) has heard your cries and has just...

Baidu launches its own web browser

07/18/2011, If there’s one thing that Baidu has no problem being, it is China’s version of Google. The company already hosts China’s most popular search engine and it is now it has launched its own internet browser, just like how Google has its own...

Amazon launches Kindle Textbook Rental services

07/18/2011, College and University graduates will probably be really jealous to hear that Amazon has launched a textbook rental service, where electronic versions of textbooks can be rented from Amazon’s Kindle Store, a service which was launched today.

Anonymous to launch their own social networking website, AnonPlus

07/18/2011, What do you do when you get banned or kicked out from Google+? You create your own social networking website of course! At least that’s what the hacker group, Anonymous, has decided to do when they were booted from Google+ for violating some of the...

ModernWarfare3.com leads to an anti-MW3 website

07/18/2011, If you’ve been looking for official information concerning Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, it looks like you’ll be better off starting from the official Call of Duty website. It was recently discovered that the domain name, modernwarfare3.com,...

Hotmail to roll out new features to combat spam and account hacking

07/18/2011, You have probably received weird sounding emails from your friends before, and for those who us who are more suspicious in nature, we think “spam” and don’t bother opening it. Spam and account hacking is not new when it comes to public hosted emails...