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Samsung Brightside Phone By Verizon Wireless

Introducing with the Samsung Brightside for whom who needs constant connection. This features with 3.1-inch touch screen and slide-out QWERTY keyboard lets texts and status updates fly out at the speed of now. There is also built-in 3.2 megapixel camera to capture your importent moments and shares with the social networks.
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Swann PenCam: 4GB Mini Video Camera & Recorder

The Swann PenCam 4GB Mini Video Camera & Recorder is proof that this gadget is not only a pen but also a effective hardware for your daily life. The gorgeous looking casing with metallic gold trim and pocket clip explain an executive quality black ballpoint pen with hidden talents. It contains a pinhole video camera, so small you almost can't…
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CES 2012: Web TV To Be Boosted By Apple, Google And MySpace

To take a short break from this year’s edition of CES, we need to look ahead and check out what the tech giants Apple and Google have in stored for us in the near future and who is challenging the supremacy of the two game changers. The battle is now moved on the television field with major players fighting to gain the upper hand in shaping the…
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Samsung Gravity Txt Cell Phone

You don’t have to spend big money to get into messaging in a big way. The Samsung Gravity TXT is a stylish slider that comes with a full, 4-row QWERTY keyboard, messaging shortcuts and everything else you need for fast texting, emailing or posting to your social networks. Dedicated keys include a camera key on the right side of the device as well…
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Google+ Costs $585M?

Google spent $ 585 million for the development and launch of Google+ social network can equivalent to the price of News Corp. acquired MySpace. Google+ employees approximately are 500 people and the average annual salary of these employees is $ 250,000.Google+ took advantage of the technology and talent from Google’s 3 acquisitions; $ 123 million…
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MySpace Sold For $35 Million To Specific Media

Myspace was purchased by digital ad network Specific Media on Wednesday for $35 million and a fraction of the $580 million the company’s previous owner News Corp paid for it. It present owner News Corp will keep a 5-10% share of the company, though the deal is not yet finished and Specific has been somewhat quiet on any consumer-facing news, but…
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Google Expands Analytics PostRank

Social engagement data startup PostRank announced it had been acquired by Google and PostRank staff will be moving to the San Francisco Bay Area to join the other Googlers at Google’s main Mountain View campus. PostRank let you see which users are sharing your content and where as well as how your competitors are doing............
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