• Fav.or.it: The RSS Reader for Everyone Else

    Fav.or.it: The RSS Reader for Everyone Else

    RSS, in my opinion, has been a technology long been waiting to hit the ‘true mainstream.’ Could Fav.or.it be the answer to getting it there? Those who’ve already heard about it may be quick to point out that we’re so “last week,” but in the midst of losing my laptop power cable and transporting my
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  • Hackers take advantage of internet address flaw

    Hackers take advantage of internet address flaw

    A serious flaw in the basic systems of the internet has been uncovered. This means that the process used to convert URLs into IP addresses can be manipulated with malicious intent, causing websites to crash.

  • Google and Apple duke it out in automotive

    Google and Apple duke it out in automotive

    The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next week will feature some serious push from two technology giants, Google and Apple, who are each vying for a big share of the fast-emerging automotive infotainment market. While both companies have already had some inroads into the field, Android and iOS are largely absent in the
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  • SpaceX, OneWeb to launch internet satellites

    SpaceX, OneWeb to launch internet satellites

    OneWeb plans to create the world’s biggest satellite constellation in a bid to deliver fast internet access with low latency across the globe, according to media reports.

  • Google Acquires Like.com Visual Search

    Google Acquires Like.com Visual Search

    In a move that seems to be confusing many in the blogosphere, Google has moved to purchase visual search engine Like.com (which has search tools and several properties) for a reported $100 million.  TechCrunch broke the story followed by several others who jumped in to put in their two cents. Here’s mine. The main reason
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  • Apple App Store and iTunes Hacked

    Apple App Store and iTunes Hacked

    The story broke yesterday morning at The Next Web, announcing that the App Store had been hacked.  They had been alerted by App Store developers who noted that a sudden rise in electronic books (ebooks) written in Vietnamese made no sense. The ebook section of the Store is usually dominated by English-based books and even
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