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Apple’s Music Social Network Ping Crosses 1 Million Users

Apple’s Music Social Network Ping Crosses 1 Million Users

Apple’s new music-centric social network Ping has crossed 1 million users in a mere 2 days! This week at Apple’s music event, Ping was introduced as the newest and star addition to the iTunes 10, and boy has it caught on.

By On September 5, 2010 1 Response
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12 Must Have iPhone Apps For When You Go Hiking This Fall

12 Must Have iPhone Apps For When You Go Hiking This Fall

Although summer is over, and with it warm comfortable hiking weather, there is still some time to go before the onset of winter. So nature lovers planning to go hiking this fall need these 12 useful iPhone apps to make their excursions less prone to the dangers of the wilderness.

By On September 5, 2010 5 Responses
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New USB-Powered Portable Speakers Give High Quality Sound

New USB-Powered Portable Speakers Give High Quality Sound

Although listening to music on the computers is something we all do these days, and there has been an explosion in the growth of laptops and mobile computing, the speakers available on most of today’s laptops leave a lot to be desired. A British company called NXT has come up with small, portable speakers that give good quality sound, and can be powered by just the USB outlet.

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Scientists Develop First Ever Artificial Implantable Kidney

Scientists Develop First Ever Artificial Implantable Kidney

Scientists have announced that they have developed the first ever implantable artificial kidney that can be powered by the human body’s circulatory system. This could one day replace the current medical procedures of kidney donation and dialysis.

By On September 5, 2010 7 Responses
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Testing The iPhone 3G Speed Using iOS 4.0 And iOS 4.1

Testing The iPhone 3G Speed Using iOS 4.0 And iOS 4.1

The team at Gizmodo ran some tests to see whether Apple was telling the truth when they claimed iOS 4.1 has fixed the speed problem iOS 4.0 had on the iPhone 3G, and here you can find out what they discovered.

By On September 4, 2010 Respond
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Here’s How You Can Track Hurricane Earl Online

Here’s How You Can Track Hurricane Earl Online

Many people on the East Coast are worried about Hurricane Earl, and this Labor Day the strong winds are sure to wreak havoc on large areas. So you will want to keep track of the hurricane’s progress.

By On September 4, 2010 Respond
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Twitter Now Has 145 Million Users, Growing By 300,000 A Day

Twitter Now Has 145 Million Users, Growing By 300,000 A Day

Twitter CEO Evan Williams recently revealed that the microblogging service now boasts 145 million registered users, up from 105 million a few months ago. Doing the math, we can see that its been growing at a rate of 300,000 new users per day.

By On September 4, 2010 1 Response
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NASA Sending A Spacecraft To The Sun

NASA Sending A Spacecraft To The Sun

This sounds like the plot of a science fiction movie like Sunshine, but NASA is planning to send a spacecraft to orbit the Sun, and it will go closer than any spacecraft has ever been. The craft will orbit inside the Sun’s atmosphere, four million miles from its surface.

By On September 4, 2010 Respond
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Laws Of Nature May Not Be The Same Everywhere. Revolution In Physics?

Laws Of Nature May Not Be The Same Everywhere. Revolution In Physics?

There was a paper published recently in the Physical Review Letters that is making some very bold and mind-bending claims: That the idea that the laws of physics do not change with time or distance, one of the cornerstones of modern physics, may not be true after all!

By On September 3, 2010 Respond
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Apple’s Music Gadgets, New iTunes Features And Apple TV From Apple’s Fall Event

Apple’s Music Gadgets, New iTunes Features And Apple TV From Apple’s Fall Event

Apple organized an event in San Fransisco yesterday to show off the newest updates to its music devices, new features added to its iTunes, and the new Apple TV. Find out about all the awesome things that were revealed!

By On September 2, 2010 Respond
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DARPA’s New Tech Will Try To Prevent Future Wikileaks

DARPA’s New Tech Will Try To Prevent Future Wikileaks

The recent publicity with the leaking of classified military information by unknown people inside the Defense Department has rattled its nerves, and it is looking into all possible ways in which future leaks may be prevented. The DoD’s CINDER or Cyber INsiDER Threat project hopes to do just that.

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NASA Planes And Satellites Watching Hurricane Earl From Above

NASA Planes And Satellites Watching Hurricane Earl From Above

As hurricane Earl is getting ready to hit the US East Coast, NASA is watching from the skies, using its large high tech fleet of aircrafts and satellites. Yesterday Earl was a category 3 storm with 125 mph winds. But in a single day, it’s reached category 4 140 mph winds.

By On September 2, 2010 1 Response
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Apple’s Online Store Now Shipping All Six iPad Models Within 24 Hours

Apple’s Online Store Now Shipping All Six iPad Models Within 24 Hours

Apple’s online store is now going to ship all six models of the iPad within 24 hours of receiving the order, up from three to five business days until last week, which was itself an improvement on a shipping time of seven to ten days from a few weeks ago.

By On August 30, 2010 1 Response
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6 Things Programmers Must Do To Get Hired During The Recession

6 Things Programmers Must Do To Get Hired During The Recession

It’s true finding a job these days in any field is a lot harder than it used to be a few years ago, but experts are saying that the field of computer programming is actually growing. These 6 job search tips will make landing a programming job much easier for a computer science grad, coming straight from the people who will hire them.

By On August 30, 2010 3 Responses
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Watch The 2010 Emmy Awards Online

Watch The 2010 Emmy Awards Online

Even though you can’t stream the entire Emmy Awards 2010 show online legally, you can add to your TV viewing experience using the web. This year’s Emmy Awards have made use of social media like never before, and here’s what’s available to you.

By On August 30, 2010 1 Response
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