If only there were a social network that allowed me to connect with my friends and post videos online…
“So how did this happen? Quite simply, it was a mistake.”
Dear, Gizmodo. Hello. May we have our next-generation gem back please?
News that Google will be shutting down their Web store is somewhat shocking, but not entirely surprising. The company apparently realized that consumers want to see an item in person before making a decision to purchase one. (via Techland)
A Facebook group has a strange idea: “Why test on animals when we have pedofiles in prison?” Um.
Who needs a resume when you could buy a Google Ad?
Scouring the web today, one finds all the expected headlines. Oil spill, check. Supreme Court nominee, check. Obama’s fraudulent social security number…come again?
Apple might have another leaked iPhone on its hands. That’s the buzz after pictures of an device similar to the one found in March were posted on a message board in Vietnam. While there’s some slight differences between the …
Matt McKeon, a developer with the Visual Communications Lab at IBM Research’s Center for Social Software, shows how Facebook privacy has, ahem, evolved over time.
When it comes to Internet surfing, there’s the need for speed. In its latest release, Mozilla thinks users want privacy, too.
This video isn’t remarkable for this sixth grader’s rendition of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” (credible though it may be.)