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Amazon.com Founder Wants to Retrieve Apollo 11 Engines

03/29/2012, Jeff Bezos, billionaire founder of Amazon.com has announced that he has located the F-1 engines which powered the Apollo 11. For those of you who don’t know about Apollo 11, it is the spacecraft that was used by Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin...

Google+ Hangout Apps Finally Ready for Use

03/28/2012, It is not our intention to overload you with Google+ news after we covered their first TV ad in the UK as well as the Google Comments which will be integrated with Google+, but this new tit-bit of information is simply too good to ignore. The search...

YouTube Next Vlogger registration open

03/28/2012, If your idea of fame is being recognized by thousands of subscribers for your videos on YouTube – you might want to give Vlogging (video blogging) a shot. Tons of people have done it before, and there’s still a lot of room out there for more....

Google introduces Account Activity

03/28/2012, If you’re interested in finding out how you spend your time using Google services (Gmail, search etc) – you’re in luck. Google has just launched a new service that does just that. Called Account Activity, it sends you a monthly...

Google Comments could be coming to a website near you

03/28/2012, Leaving comments on websites is a great method for discussion and now it looks like Google might be attempting to break into that space with a commenting system of its own. For those wondering how this might look like, think of Facebook’s own commenting...

British MPs want Google to censor certain search results

03/28/2012, Google’s search engine is a pretty popular search tool and is undoubtedly one of the most popular search engines around, but it seems that while you can pretty much search for anything on Google, a committee of MPs in the UK have decided that the best...

Claire Lin, Taiwanese woman commits suicide while on Facebook chat

03/27/2012, A woman in Taiwan named Claire Lin killed herself by closing up a room and inhaling poisonous fumes from a charcoal barbecue that she had started. While Lin was waiting for the fumes to put her to sleep, she was chatting with friends on Facebook. Lin...

Bing to Reward users with Skype Credit

03/27/2012, Bing and Skype fans have a new reason to rejoice. Microsoft announced today on the official Bing blog that it will be rolling out new rewards for Bing users. Over the next few days, it will be adding Skype Credit to the Bing Rewards redemption center. For...

Google Drive rumored to arrive this April

03/27/2012, We’ve heard rumors about Google launching its cloud-based storage service, Google Drive, not too long ago, and now we’re hearing about it once again. This time it’s from the folks over at GigaOM. According to their well placed sources...

Google I/O registration closed in 28 minutes

03/27/2012, Earlier today we reported that Google I/O 2012 registrations were open, and that developers should hurry up if they wanted a spot at the event. Well, just like last year’s Google I/O that sold out at record breaking speeds, this year’s tickets...

High school kid expelled over Tweet

03/27/2012, Just when you thought it was okay to swear on Twitter, think again – if you’re a student of Garrett High School, that is. According to reports online, a student was expelled from school for swearing on Twitter when he wasn’t even in school....

Google I/O registration is now open

03/27/2012, Good news for those of you planning to attend Google’s I/O developer event – registration is now open. It will be Google’s fifth I/O conference and will be held in San Francisco’s Moscone Center on June 27th-29th. The event will let...

Facebook warns employers not to demand passwords

03/23/2012, Recently there have been quite a number of reports of employers asking job applicants to hand over their passwords to their Facebook and other social media accounts as part of the hiring process, and it has caused quite a stir amongst the public. Well, it...