Receive Alerts on Your Data Being Leaked with Google’s “Me on the Web”

In light of the recent growing wave of problems related to personal data being leaked, Google have unveiled an interesting new tool called “Me on the Web,” aimed at those of you who’re more concerned with their personal details and want to know as soon as some of them have been spotted online.

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HP TouchPad – No Document Editing at Launch?

There’s been a rumor going around lately (starting from an anonymous tip, apparently), according to which HP’s upcoming TouchPad slate won’t come out with the functionality to edit Office documents right away. Sure, it’s just a rumor at this point – and some have even speculated that it may have been started by BlackBerry in […]

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Duo Leaked

There have been quite a lot of leaks turning up lately, and the most recent one is from Sony Ericsson and concerns their Xperia Duo – which looks like it’s going to be the first dual-core phone from the company, by the way. It looks really good in terms of design from what we can […]

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iPhone Games Coming, Nintendo Facing Tough Competition

The Nintendo Wii and Wii U are facing some tough competition as gamers move to playing games on Facebook, smartphones and iPads.  Many that purchased a Wii when it first came out, bought because it was something new and brought the family together.  The new Nintendo Wii console doesn’t do much else than that, there […]

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Lost iPhone? “Find My iPhone” Feature Helps Many

Your iPhone just might have all of your day-to-day activities planned, emails stored and pictures saved, but what happens when you lose your precious iPhone?  You go crazy and start asking friends and family if they have seen it, right?  Well, Apple has a feature on your iPhone that will help you track it down […]

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Yahoo Jumps Into App Search Game

You know how to use a regular search engine and they are very similar to those found on the mobile web, but what about searching for apps on your mobile phone?  Hundreds of thousands of apps are popping up each week and being able to find some that cater to your needs can be very, […]

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Bitcoin Latest Victim To Malware Attacks

Bitcoin is an international currency that is anonymous, decentralized and only been around for about two years.  The Bitcoin is exchanged peer-to-peer or “mined” by user who get CPU cycles to mathematically generate new Bitcoin.  Gawker.com did a story on the Bitcoin last July about the online drug market mainly using Bitcoin as the currency of choice. […]

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Quake 5 to Explore Series’ Roots, According to id Software

It seems that id Software have just finished their first round of discussions about the design of the next installment in the Quake series. And those of you who’ve been with the series from the beginning know how many different faces it’s had – first we had the fantasy/horror/medieval mash-up in the original Quake 1, […]

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Get This 15″ HP Laptop with Neat Specs for just $349

Best Buy and Staples have started selling some laptop models from HP’s lineup with great characteristics at some really attractive prices. First we’ve got the 15.6″ HP 2000-219DX with pre-installed Windows 7 Home Premium, 3 GB of RAM and a 320 GB hard drive running at 5400 rpm. You also get a webcam and Wi-Fi […]

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Verizon Thunderbolt’s June 30th Update Bringing Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread?

Since the last update came out for Verizon’s HTC Thunderbolt, there have been a lot of complaints from users concerning random boots and other problems, and it appears these issues are about to be addressed soon – the carrier has apparently been working on a solution for a while already, though until today we couldn’t […]

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