Google Gears

Google Gears, a technology created by Google to allow developers to create offline Web applications, was released today. Google Gears comes as a browser extension. It is a very significant move, because most applications until now have worked either entirely online, or entirely on your desktop — not both. Microsoft has moved to make applications […]

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LiveScribe – Paper do the talking, and thinking

LiveScribe, an Oakland, Calif. company, releases tomorrow one of the more wondrous communication features we’ve seen lately. It has developed technology that lets you take handwritten notes from a lecture or interview with a high-tech pen. The pen will remember everything that was being said when you took the notes. So if you’re looking for […]

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Google Maps: Street View and Mapplets

Ajaxian: When I first saw the new Street View functionality that has appeared in the Google Maps preview I was obviously impressed. We have seen other companies taking photos of the content, but being able to walk around the Map was very cool. If I am visiting a new building, or area, I find myself […]

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Top 10 Women Drivers

You must see this if you weren’t already:  Top 10 most advanced women drivers.

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Blizzard announces Starcraft 2

The wait is over. No more speculation and no more rumors. Just a few hours ago, Blizzard announced Starcraft 2 at the Blizzard Worldwide Invitational in Seoul. This will be the first sequel to one of the most popular PC strategy games ever. The Terrans, Protoss, and Zerg are all coming back, each with their […]

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Optimus keyboard finally gets price and launch date

Games Digest  reports that a Russian design company has announced its intention to ship a revolutionary keyboard to the world in 2006. Every key of the Optimus keyboard is a small OLED display. Meaning each key can be reconfigured to display icons for game controls etc Now its first announcement with a price tag of $1564 for […]

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FCC approves the iPhone

Apple’s iPhone took one step closer to launching Wednesday, as the company received permission from the Federal Communications Commission to sell it in the U.S. The iPhone’s ready for prime time, according to the FCC. It’s not like that permission was ever really in doubt. But the FCC requires anyone who makes a phone or […]

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Why are people going to keep using SMS?

In the U.S., the promise of the future in accessing mobile information via WAP or a rich client application casts a shadow on SMS, better known as text messaging or “texting”. According to conventional wisdom, WAP and downloaded client applications are the holy grails of mobile, with their ability to deliver splashy, colorful landing pages, […]

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Poster Gallery For The Movie “28 Weeks Later”

Find out our new gallery of posters for the movie “28 Weeks Later” Tags: 28+weeks+later, the+movie

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