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Scoop.it Content Curation Service

05/05/2011, Scoop.it has been in private beta for sometimes now, and yesterday the service launched new features including the ability to share their scoop.it posts on Facebook pages, LinkedIn, WordPress blogs, Tumblr; Facebook accounts and Twitter were already...

Yahoo! launches over 30 new Connected TV apps

05/05/2011, Good news for folks with connected TVs, as Yahoo! has announced that they are bringing more than 30 new TV apps to the big screen TVs that are on the Yahoo! Connected TV platform. The TV platform that is in over 8 million households worldwide, it is the...

F-Browser brings Flash to iOS

05/05/2011, Right now, if you want to watch Flash videos on your iOS device, you look for an alternative website that contains iOS-friendly video, you use an alternative browser such as Skyfire, or you jailbreak your iPhone and install apps that let it happen. Retina...

Google Analytics now measures your site’s speed

05/05/2011, Google has announced that their Google Analytics tool now has a feature called the Site Speed report. The Site Speed report enables Google Analytics to display load times for various pages and site assets under different circumstances like the location of...

DVD sales down by 20%, Netflix subscriptions up 33%

05/04/2011, Is the DVD format about to die out? According to a report by the Digital Entertainment Group, DVD sales in the US, Q1 2011 have dropped 20% when compared to Q1 2010. Studios blamed the fall in sales due to quirks in release cycles, but observers...

Cyber criminals exploit Osama’s death

05/04/2011, While we’ve all been told that Osama has finally been found and killed, a lot of people are unsatisfied with just words and want more proof of his demise. Cyber criminals recognize this and have decided to take exploit this fact and not a day too...

Padora opens up a box of laughter with comedy content

05/04/2011, Folks looking for a good laugh on the Pandora music service will be glad to know that comedy is now available. The internet music streaming service that allows users to personalize what they want to listen to has been around for awhile now, but previously...

Spotify launches new music download store

05/04/2011, If dominating the music streaming business in UK isn’t enough, it looks like Spotify has its eyes set on the music download market as well. No longer is Spotify going to be a companion to iTunes – it’s going to be a competitor. Today,...

Google Voice Search on desktop being tested

05/02/2011, Remember we mentioned that Google Chrome 11 brings support for voice input that works with translate.google.com? Well it looks like Google has unveiled more plans to make use of voice input on the web. Google has been reportedly testing out the voice...

Movie studio uses BitTorrent to officially distribute film

05/02/2011, If there’s one thing beneficial about the pirate community, it’s the speed of which things can be spread with their services. So when it came to pushing out and promoting a new, relatively unknown movie, a movie production studio called Iron...

Yahoo! Mail still down

04/29/2011, It looks like things aren’t looking too good over at Yahoo! – Yahoo! Mail is still down for some users today. After being reported as being down for a certain number of users yesterday, Yahoo! issued a statement saying that they are working...

Nock Nock lets users find out where the cool kids are

04/29/2011, In today’s smartphone world, everybody seems okay with sharing with the whole world where they are. Services like Foursquare, Facebook Places and so on, broadcast to everybody where a certain user is and easily allows people to make use of such...

Is Netflix killing BitTorrent?

04/28/2011, According to an interesting observation reported by TorrentFreak, Netflix might be doing more than just serving Americans their daily doses of videos and movies – Netflix might actually be killing off piracy. They’ve noticed that as the number...

Spotify to launch movie service?

04/28/2011, According to the latest news heard through the grapevine, serving music just isn’t enough for Spotify anymore. Apparently Spotify has been reportedly making deals with major movie studios to expand its streaming services to include movies as well as...