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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

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NY Times Exposes More Google Spam

The New York Times has another high profile article exposing how Google is broken.  The article notes that JC Penny ranked #1 in Google search results pages for numerous terms during the lucrative shopping season thanks mostly to numerous paid links. Both the writer and

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Firefox Feeling Lighter?

Is Chrome getting heavier, or is Firefox getting lighter? It doesn’t seem like Google Chrome is any heavier than it used to be, but Firefox seems a lot lighter on its feet these days.  Maybe it’s the Vacuum Places add-on or maybe it’s the latest

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Facebook User’s Identity Information Stolen Again

If you use the "Recommended" privacy settings on Facebook (also the default privacy settings) then you can expect to see your picture, name, address and more taken and used in ways that you would not approve of.  The latest "proof of concept" is a dating