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Rockmelt for Web Launched, Reinvents Navigating The Web

04/11/2013, Rockmelt for Web launched earlier today. The company touts it as a completely new way to navigate the web. It is in invite only beta at the moment, though current Rockmelt iOS and desktop users will be the first ones to have access to the new Rockmelt for...

Jurassic Heart Dating Game Lets You Fall In Love With A T-Rex

04/11/2013, With the rerelease of Jurassic Park in 3D in theaters this past week, people are falling in love with dinosaurs all over again. But there’s one game that literally has you falling in love with a dinosaur in a dating simulation game, which are...

Gmail Turns 9, Infographic Shows How Much Has Changed

04/10/2013, Gmail, one of the most widely used email services, turned 9 years old this month. A lot has changed in the past decade, Gmail and online communication as a whole has evolved a lot. Gmail’s 10th year is already underway, but it is interesting to look...

Adobe Launching Primetime To Tackle TV Everywhere

04/10/2013, TV Everywhere has been a dream for many people who would love to have their paid television subscription be viewable from anywhere in the world and not just the confines of their home, but cable companies have been having a rough time providing the...

South Korea Blames North For TV Stations, Banks Cyberattacks

04/10/2013, A few weeks ago, we reported on three South Korean television broadcasters and two banks becoming victims of a widespread malware attack, which resulted in serious network outages. The attack was perpetrated by “Whois Team,” which according...

Facebook Starts Placing Invitation Limitations For Events

04/09/2013, We’re sure that many of you guys receive invitations from “friends” on your Facebook list from time to time. Usually these invites are to events which you probably aren’t too interested in, and while it’s not a big deal to ignore them, being...

Facebook Now Lets British Users Message Celebrities For A Charge

04/08/2013, We reported back in January that Facebook was testing out a new messaging system which would allow its users to send messages directly to another user’s inbox, one who is not in their connections, for $1, $5 or $15. The price was exorbitantly high...