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Did Last.fm just throw you under the bus?

When everyone has a public MySpace profile, tweets what they had for lunch, and puts their drunken escapades in a Facebook album, no one really has a whole lot of privacy when it comes to the Internet. Neverthe...
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Toddler buys $12,000 earth mover

It's easy to see why you'd keep things like small toys and toxic chemicals out of the reach of toddlers, but your laptop? How much trouble could possibly come from a three year-old child banging away at your ke...
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Iomega launches tiny new toys

Because every portable device we carry around with you says something about who you are -- you know you judge every iPhone user -- Iomega believes that your portable hard drive should as well, and from what w...
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Name your own price for gas

Summertime is fast approaching (forty days away actually -- not that we're counting or anything) which, between the kids being out of school and those oh-so-exciting family road trips to visit the world's large...
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Xerox ColorQube 9200 series details

Xerography, the fancy pants term for photocopying, remains a multi-billion dollar industry, even in today's age of digital distribution this and eco-friendly that. Even though naysayers are forecasting the ...
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The Sennheiser Sound Tour

Part dream-job, part reality show competition, and part marketing gimmick, headphone and sound equipment manufacturer Sennheiser is putting together a new summer program called The Sennheiser Sound Tour. ...
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Hulu gains ground

While Youtube is practically synonymous with online video these days, it's certainly not the only player in town, if you'll pardon the pun. Hulu's number of unique viewers skyrocketed 42 percent in the month...
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Are we one step closer to Skynet?

I know the robot revolution is becoming a played out meme on the internet these days, but that's mostly because the world around us is actually becoming more and more automated. Our GPS units are learning abo...
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Conficker what?

Well, if you're reading this, you've apparently survived the Conficker Disaster of 2009. Congratulations! Actually, the Conficker worm, which has been quietly distributing itself across Windows PCs since 2...
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Pzizz

In approximately four months, I have a 270-mile bike ride across three states that I'll be riding. What a lucky coincidence that I would find Pzizz, a "tech tool to energize athletes." I love tech, and while I'...
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Stainless steel Shuffle

Apparently, Apple dropped a surprise gift in our laps this morning: new stainless steel Shuffles, complete with robot voices! And the world (probably) resounds with a collective yawn. Ok, so I'm probably ...
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Crippled cell phones just piss us off

Wireless carriers consistently rank low in customer satisfaction rankings. One only need troll the pages of sites like Consumerist to understand why. Expensive, spotty service couples with poor customer servi...
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Navigon comes up with a learning GPS

You have another reason to fear the robot revolution. Navigon, maker of some of the more attractive GPS devices available is releasing an even more intelligent GPS navigator. Granted, most of the drivers i...
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Hands-on: Safari 4 Beta

Safari has never been very formidable in the browser wars, always holding just a few percentage points of the browser share on the bottom of the list. Of course, now that it's no longer a Mac-only browse...
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D-Link doin the green

In an era of taking your reusable shopping bags to Whole Foods and forgoing plastic water bottles for aluminum, consumers are constantly trying to find a way to "go green." Of course, we often relegate these t...