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Facebook Reportedly Rolling Out Single-Column Timeline Feature

01/08/2013, It seems that Facebook is starting to roll-out a new and unannounced feature that brings in a new single-column design for Timelines. Apparently, some users in New Zealand were able to spot the new feature which, according to them, has since gone live...

Teen Drugs Parents Because Internet Curfew Was Too Strict

01/04/2013, Oh, the foolish things that teenagers will do these days. A teen in California has gone overboard by drugging her parents in order to bypass the Internet curfew. Apparently, the teen’s parents had an Internet rule in place that required the Internet...

eBay Tests Services To Help Sell Your Stuff By Picking It Up

01/03/2013, Looking around my office, I can see at least twenty things that I would be completely fine with selling on eBay. The thing is, I’m completely lazy and will only put them up for sale when I am bored out of my mind and have absolutely nothing better...

Chicago Signs Four-Year Services Deal With Microsoft

01/03/2013, In an effort to modernize the city of Chicago’s digital infrastructure, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced today that he has signed a four-year deal with Microsoft to help improve the city’s office operations while saving over $400,000 per year. The...

Twitter Is Worth $11 Billion And May Even Go Public Next Year

01/03/2013, According to Greencrest Capital, Twitter may begin preparing for a public debut this year, and might even start the offer in 2014. Greencrest Capital, a firm that studies soon-to-be IPO businesses, says that Twitter’s plans are quite obvious due to...

Google Lends A Hand For Our New Year’s Resolutions

01/02/2013, It’s a brand new year, and it is time for us to begin writing and working out those new resolutions for 2013. But resolutions can be hard to keep. So, guess who’s lending us a hand to help us out. It is no other than Google. Whether it is a...

Eric Schmidt To Visit North Korea

01/02/2013, According to the Associated Press, Google’s Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, will be visiting North Korea this month on a private and humanitarian mission led by former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson. Citing sources who asked not be named because...

Woman Sued For Negative Yelp Review Won’t Have To Edit A Thing

01/02/2013, We wrote to you last month about a negative review on Yelp that ended in court. The defendant is a woman from Virginia named Jane Perez who took to Yelp, and also on Angie’s List, to express her disappointment with Dietz Development’s...