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Microsoft Bing Now Controls 30 Percent of Search

The any-big-business-is-a-monopoly-and-that’s-bad-mmm-kay groups have been sharpening their knives recently and salivating over the thought of taking on Google in court. There’s just one little problem. Today, Hitwise reported that Microsoft’s Bing search engine accounted for 30 percent of search in March 2011. Granted, in order

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Firefox Calls Out Slow Loading Add-ons

One of the things that makes Mozilla’s Firefox browser so versatile is the wide array of add-ons and plugins users can use to customize exactly how the browser looks, works and feels. Plenty of addons, like Firebug, add functionality that goes above and beyond what

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New Color in Microsoft Security Essentials: Gray?

If you use Microsoft Security Essentials as your anti-virus tool, you may have started feeling uncomfortable after a recent update to MSE changed the background color from blue to gray. Apparently, according the unmoderated Microsoft Answers website, there is a new color scheme for Microsoft

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Warner Bros. Revolutionizes Movie Rentals

Here is something very interesting. Warner Bros. is trying out offering movie rentals via Facebook. Using Facebook’s own Facebook Credit payment system, the company is offering online movie rentals of The Dark Night. What makes this new business strategy so interesting is that it completely

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Synchronize Android Phone with Windows 7

For all of the flack that Windows Mobile 6.5 and its predecessors have taken, there is one area where the old cell phone version of Windows had something that Android mobile phones are missing. I had an HTC Touch for a few years. I’m not

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Will Apple Subscription Demand Destroy the iPhone

The Apple iPhone and Apple iPad are some of the most revolutionary and beloved devices on the planet. So many people use them, in fact, that providing a user friendly, integrated means for publishers to sell and install content on these devices is a valuable